Latitude lines go -------- (across) And Longitude goes | | | (up & down)
two straight lines that will never intersect. ex. ___________ _____________ the lines go straight and never met.
Because light travels in straight lines. (unless some form of meta-material is present in its path).
Longitude lines go up and down on a map.
A curvilinear pattern is a curvilinear shape ( a shape made completely of curved lines. no straight lines/edges) repeated across a plane.
Contour lines are elevation so they go up and not across
start at the bottom left hand corner and go straight up and over the top left hand corner then go horizontally down and even with the bottom right hand corner then go straight across the bottom to the bottom left hand corner and go horizontally to the top right hand corner
parallell lines will never touch each other (if they went on forever) perpendicular lines touch each other at a 90° angle (one straight up; one straight across
you draw straight lines with a ruler
there are 5 straight lines
you can go to a lazensa or a stage shop
Latitude lines are like bands across the Earth. They go from East to South.
but it is really up and down not straight across. I disagree with that a row is straight across
Parallels are lines that go up and down the map, latitudes are lines that go across the map from side to side.
Itz in Tanglevine Jungle. Go across the lake and go straight.
Horizontal lines are straight curves that typically runs from left to right across the page, usually sharing the same y-coordinate. Horizontal lines are perpendicular to vertical lines.
no u have to go diagnol at all times
Straight lines that never cross are called parallel lines.
Think about this: A straight angle makes 180 degrees, right? Straight lines, when measured by a compass, are also 180 degrees. So, yes, all straight angles are straight lines.
Despite Straight Lines was created in 1983.
i think the horizontal is the line go up and vertical is the line go straight across
A straight edge or a ruler are used to construct straight lines.