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Q: Is a solid bounded by places that intersect in parallel lines called edges and by two parallel planes that cut all the edges?

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Because linear lines can't intersect in two seperate places. They either intersect at one specific coordinate, or the lines are on top of each other and they intersect at every point.

The current in a parallel circuit can be different, or it can be balanced and be the same.

perpendicular lines intersect each other at 90 degrees whereas parallel lines never intersect each other and remain equal distance apart from each other. Obviously the way to test if two lines are parallel is to measure their distance from each other at at least two points (the farther apart the better) to confirm that they remain equal distance apart, but to test if lines are perpendicular, with a compass with the point at the point where the two lines intersect, draw an arc (or three parts of an arc) that intersects one of the lines in two places and the other line in one place. If the distances between the lines at the points where they are intersected by the arc are equal, the lines are perpendicular.

Measure the distance at different places. If the walls are parallel, then the distance will be the same.

-- Parallels are associated with latitudes. Meridians are associated with longitudes. -- Parallels are parallel, and no tweo parallels intersect. All meridians intersect all other meridians, at two places. -- Every point on a parallel has the same latitude. Every point on a meridian has the same longitude. -- Every parallel in the same hemisphere has a different length. Every meridian on Earth has the same length. -- Every parallel is a full circle. Every meridian is a semi-circle. -- Every parallel crosses all longitudes. Every meridian crosses all latitudes. -- The distance between two parallels is the same at every longitude. The distance between two meridians depends on the latitude where it's measured. -- To cross all parallels, you only have to travel 12,000 miles. To cross all meridians, you have to travel 24,000 miles.

Parallel events are similar events. Simultaneous events are events that occur at the same time. Both simultaneous and parallel events occur at different places.

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I understand your question to be, "Is it true that parallel lines are everywhere equidistant and never intersect?" In what follows, I assume we're talking about a two-dimensional plane. By definition, two lines that are parallel (in the same plane) never intersect. In Euclidean (AKA Parabolic or simply E) Geometry, and also in Hyperbolic (AKA simply L) Geometry, parallel lines exist. In Elliptical (AKA R) Geometry, all lines eventually intersect so parallel lines do not exist. Now, are two parallel lines (in the same plane) everywhere equidistant? If so, that means that it is possible, at any point on one of the lines, to construct a perpendicular that will meet the other line in a perpendicular, and that the length of the segments constructed will be always the same. In Euclidean Geometry, two parallel lines (in a plane) are indeed everywhere equidistant. To prove it requires the converse of the Alternate Interior Angles theorem (AIA), which says that if two parallel lines are cut by a transversal, the alternate interior angles will be congruent. Note that this is the CONVERSE of AIA, not AIA. Some people get this mixed up. In Hyperbolic Geometry, two lines can be parallel, but be further apart some places than others. I know that sounds rather odd, if you're not used to it. Here's an image that might help: imagine that your plane is a thin sheet of rubber, and for some reason is being stretched. The further you go from your starting point, the more it stretches, and it's always stretching away from you. This means that your parallel lines will keep getting further and further apart.

Yes, the places where the graph of a polynomial intercepts the x-axis are zeros. The value of y at those places must be 0 for the polynomial to intersect the x axis.

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Geography is the study of places. Woo.

There are several places where someone could purchase a USB to parallel port adapter. Stores such as Office Depot and Staples both sell the USB to parallel port adapters.

27 Â°N is such parallel. Oddly enough, it is the same parallel that touches other singular places and anomalies around the world like the Bermuda Triangle, the Canary Islands, the Pyramids of Egypt, and the Himalayas.

Evanglizers

Called Selfrealization.

Two stations each give out a circle. Those circles intersect at two places. When a third station is added, there are three circles. These three circles only intersect together at one place. That's where the precise earthquake location is.

places where groundwater bubbles or flows out of cracks in the rock is called springs.

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they are called gyrosomes and tereosomes

Places of worship: synagogues. Leaders: rabbis.

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They are called mosques.