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Q: How can you determine that two walls of a building are parallel?

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Any irregular polygon with 4 or more sides can have only one pair of parallel sides. For example, a child's drawing of the silhouette of a house (the base, two walls and a triangular roof) is a pentagon and the two walls are the 1 pair of parallel sides.

Points cannot be parallel or perpendicular. So they never are.

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If the lines are straight and have the same slope they are parallel, no matter what the y intercept is

You pass another line through both of them and measure the angles. If the first two lines form the same angle with the third line, the first two are parallel.

Two lines are parallel if and only if they have the same slope. Two lines are perpendicular if the product of their slopes is -1. If neither of these conditions are met, the lines are nether parallel, or perpendicular.

you need to finish the question.. if two line are what? perpendicular ? Parallel?

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Because they are parallel.

There are many different ways but a defining characteristic is that is has two pairs of parallel sides.

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