Parallel in maths means opposite. Two parallel lines can never touch. I you are not sure if two lines are parallel then imagine that these lines go on for ever, will they eventually cross?
I think it means "is equivalent to".
Lines that are neither parallel nor perpendicular.
A face value in maths is the out-side of the shape, as to say the face of a shape. The face value is the sides of a shape.
In my maths lesson we had to find out what parallel means and how we can use it with shapes.
In math, parallel means two lines that never intersect- think of an equal symbol or the opposite sides of a rectangle. Parallel lines move in the same direction and are always the same distance apart.
the reason their are parallel lines because the person who invented them thought they were compulsory for maths
It is 264.
the shape that has parallel face is circle
A regular dodecahedron, for example. Each face is a regular pentagon so no face has parallel sides. However, the edges on opposite faces are parallel to one another.
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