Q: Two lines that are equal distance apart are called?

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Two straight lines that remain equal distance apart are parallel lines.

No not in length but they must be equal distance apart from each other.

No just equal distance apart at all times

remain an equal distance apart

Parallel.

Parallel lines will never intersect. They will stay an equal distance apart at all points.

Parallel lines remain equal distance apart and never intersect each other.

Parallel lines remain equal distance apart and never intersect each other.

No because parallel lines never and remain equal distance apart

If two lines are parallel then they remain equal distance apart and never intersect with each other.

Parallel lines remain equal distance apart and never intersect each other.

Two lines are parallel when they remain equal distance apart and never intersect each other

Parallel lines remain equal distance apart and never intersect with each other.

Because they never meet each other and remain equal distance apart

When referring to mathematics, the word parallelism means not intersecting and being an equal distance apart (everywhere). As an example parallelism is when one has two lines which are one above the other and they are an equal distance apart on both ends and do not intersect then these lines are considered to be parallel.

Parallel lines are the same distance apart for all points along the line.

The transversal line cuts through the parallel lines that are equal distance apart and never meet together.

No because parallel lines remain equal distance apart and never intersect with each other.

Lines of latitude are always the same distance apart.

They are parallel lines

No because parallel lines never meet at all and they remain equal distance apart from one another.

Parallel lines remain equal distance apart and never intersect with each other.

They are parallel lines

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.

It means two lines which are always the same perpendicular distance apart from one another.

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