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Assuming that by opersit is meant opposite, the answer is NONPARALLEL LINES.

If they are in the same plane then (and only then) they would be intersecting lines (lines that meet at some point in the plane). But if they are not in the same plane they need not meet even if they are not parallel. So the answer that they are intersecting lines is incomplete and therefore incorrect.

To visualise nonparallel lines that do not intersect, consider a room. Think of the [horizontal] line formed by the floor and the wall opposite you. Think of the [vertical] line formed by the wall behind you and the wall to your right. These two lines are not parallel, but they will not meet - ever.

Q: What is the opersit to parallel lines?

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the answer is parallel lines

parallel lines are slanted lines

No, never. Parallel lines are line that will NEVER intersect.

Parallel Lines have the same slope.

Parallel lines are like this / / / / / / THEY NEVER TOUCH AND ARE OPPOSITE

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When two lines are parallel, then they do not intersect.

If they were not actually parallel then they would not be parallel lines!

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Skew lines are not parallel. Parallel lines are across from each other in some way and are exactly parallel.

No, parallel lines do not intersect, and never will.

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the answer is parallel lines

It can, but it need not have parallel lines.

Lines that meet are not parallel, and parallel lines never meet.