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Q: Will a parallel line segments will form an acute angle yes or no?

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Sides in any angle can't be parallel. Lines intersect to form an angle.

An line that is not perpindicular to the other line makes an acute or obtuse angle Oblique lines are not parallel or perpendicular which would be lines that form acute or obtuse angles at the point of intersection.

For two parallel line segments or rays to form an angle, they would either need to coincide with each other, forming a 0° or 360° angle, or they would need to be extending in opposite directions from their shared point, forming a 180° angle.

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Roads don't always form an acute angle, they can form a right angle. If you are really picky, you might say that they can never form a perfect right angle, so two of the angles formed must be acute (and the other two obtuse).

no, its in the definition of parallel lines. they never touch and therefore can never form an angle.

They are perpendicular line segments

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No angle is formed. That's what parallel means.

No. They form an angle.

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If the two segments form an angle it would be obvious that the included angle would be angle a since it is present in both line segments

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