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Q: What is lines that run side by side that never cross and never meet?

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Any two lines that cross at a point. For this to be possible, they have to share a plane, can't be the same line, and can't be parallel (run side-by-side)

Well the easiest way to do this (but in no way perfectly accurate) would be to extend both lines as far as you can on either end. If the lines never meet on either side you've got parallel lines. Well, either that or you're not drawing straight lines, or you haven't drawn them out far enough. The accurate way would be to draw a perpendicular line from one of them towards the other and measure the angle against the second line. If it's perpendicular to both lines you've got yourself parallel lines.

Two lines are parallel when they are perfectly straight, side by side. Train tracks for example. The symbol for parallel is: (I.E. AB)

b & c

They are angles that lie on the same side of the transversal outside the lines named.

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no paralle lines are side by side and will NEVER cross

No, perpendicular lines are lines which intersect (cross each other/meet) and a 90 degree angle, while parallel lines a lines which run along side each other and will never intersect/meet.

Parallel lines

because they are side by side

Parallel lines are lines that run side by side and never meet. Perpendicular lines are lines that meet in one point, forming four right angles around the point.

A cross has 1 side. And that side is the point that the 2 lines share.

Two lines are perpendicular if they form a right angle where they meet. The cross bar in H is perpendicular to the vertical side bars.

A cross has 1 side. And that side is the point that the 2 lines share.

Parallel lines never touch each other, they run side by side, like railroad tracks, or this equal sign = Perpendicular lines cross each other at 90 degrees, so it looks like a t or a plus sign, +

parallel lines. they run side by side but never intersect

Yes.According to Euclid's 5th postulate, when n line falls on l and m and if, producing line l and m further will meet in the side of ∠1 and ∠2 which is less thanIfThe lines l and m neither meet at the side of ∠1 and ∠2 nor at the side of ∠3 and ∠4. This means that the lines l and m will never intersect each other. Therefore, it can be said that the lines are parallel.

Yes.According to Euclid's 5th postulate, when n line falls on l and m and if, producing line l and m further will meet in the side of ∠1 and ∠2 which is less thanIfThe lines l and m neither meet at the side of ∠1 and ∠2 nor at the side of ∠3 and ∠4. This means that the lines l and m will never intersect each other. Therefore, it can be said that the lines are parallel.