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Q: What is the difference between a Diagonal line and an oblique line?

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It is neither. A diagonal line occupies the range of everything in between those two absolutes.

Oblique lines:

A line which intersects another line at an angle between 0 and 180 degrees.

a straight line

Oblique

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It is neither. A diagonal line occupies the range of everything in between those two absolutes.

Oblique lines:

No, a diagonal is never a side of a polygon:A diagonal is a line between two non-adjacent vertices of a polygon;A side is a line between two adjacent vertices of a polygon.

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