If the lines almost touch but they don't then there is no angle. There is no name for an angle that does not exist.
Meridians of longitude all meet at the north and south poles. Lines of latitude are called 'parallels', because no two of them ever touch.
No two latitude lines touch each other anywhere. That's why they're often called "parallels". However, every latitude does touch every longitude.
Two lines in math are called parallel lines. They never intersect or cross over each other. Therefore they are like train tracks that never touch.
perpendicularPerpendicular? where did you learn to count?!PARALLEL LINES DO NOT TOUCH.
two lines that do not touch each other
Parallel is lines that never touch so if the lines never touch it is parallel but if so then it is perpendicular.
A vertex is defined as the place where two or more straight lines meet. A cube has eight vertices, which are the corners of the cube.
No. If they are parallel (but not identical), they will not touch.
two lines that never intersect or touch.
no. parallel lines never touch.
They are the straight "lines" where two faces meet.