Q: How many intersecting lines does a parallelogram have?

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A shape with non intersecting lines is 100 percent a parallelogram

because its line in the 2 sides are an intersecting lines thats how that the trapezoid is not a parallelogram

these are intersecting lines.

3 intersecting lines, because none of the three points are right angles.

Yes, squares do have intersecting lines. Infact they have 2 diagnol intersecting lines.

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A shape with non intersecting lines is 100 percent a parallelogram

parallelogram

because its line in the 2 sides are an intersecting lines thats how that the trapezoid is not a parallelogram

The intersecting lines of a rectangle are at ninety degrees while the intersecting lines that form a parallelogram may be greater than or less than ninety degrees.

there are 4 intersecting lines

you call intersecting lines that meet, just intersecting lines yolanda

Draw one pair of intersecting (crossing) lines. For each of the two lines, draw another that is parallel to it. The four lines will enclose a space which is a parallelogram.

Draw one pair of intersecting (crossing) lines. For each of the two lines, draw another that is parallel to it. The four lines will enclose a space which is a parallelogram.

A minimum of two.

these are intersecting lines.

3 intersecting lines, because none of the three points are right angles.

Yes, squares do have intersecting lines. Infact they have 2 diagnol intersecting lines.