Set squares are useful for drawing parallel lines and perpendicular lines.
In drawing it is the point at which parallel lines appear to converge.
It is when you draw a picture using just parallel lines without crossing them in anyway. It does not mean though that the drawing cant have darker or lighter parts. You can also use different colours and softness's of pencils, as far as it stays in a parallel line. A vital tool will be a ruler to ensure no variation of direction of the lines.
A Mercator projection has parallel latitude lines and parallel longitude lines.
When two lines are parallel, then they do not intersect.
If they were not actually parallel then they would not be parallel lines!
crossing a cheque is a process of drawing two parallel lines on a cheque with or without certain words
no parallel lines
it has parallel lines
parallel lines are diagonal lines or increasing lines
Isometric drawings are drawn to the same scale along all three axes (x,y,z) so are useful for giving a sense of relative dimensions, and three dimensional scale. Measurements can also be taken from the drawings for items that lie along or parallel to an axis.
= parallel + perpendicular As such no, perpendicular lines do not naturally have parallel lines. However...connect the lines in the symbols below. ++ ++ And you'll have 4 perpendicular lines, and 4 parallel lines.