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Q: How many pairs of parallel line segments does a stop sign have?

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Many polygons, such as squares, rectangles, rhombi, parallelograms, etc. have more than 1 pairs of parallel line segments. Trapezoids have only 1 pair of parallel line segments. These few shapes are just quadrilaterals, other polygons also have more than 1 pair of parallel line segments (e.g. regularhexagons, octagons, etc.). Triangles never have any parallel line segments.

Two.

1 pair of parallel lines

2 pairs of two lines.

Twelve line segments are in a cube

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Many polygons, such as squares, rectangles, rhombi, parallelograms, etc. have more than 1 pairs of parallel line segments. Trapezoids have only 1 pair of parallel line segments. These few shapes are just quadrilaterals, other polygons also have more than 1 pair of parallel line segments (e.g. regularhexagons, octagons, etc.). Triangles never have any parallel line segments.

A cube has six pairs of intersecting line segments. These six pairs will total 72 lines in a cube.

Three pairs. The line joining the midpoints of any two sides of a triangle is always parallel to the third side of the triangle (and half its length).

2 pairs of parallel lines.

There cannot be parallel lines in any [plane] triangles.

A cube has exactly 6 parallel lines.

Four pairs, which intersect at the four vertices!

Two.

Exactly one pair.

1 pair of parallel lines

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