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Q: How many parallel line in a circle?

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No, a circle can't be a parallelogram. A circle is a curve. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides constructed with four line segments. The line segments are straight, and the circle is a continuous curve.

Do you mean, like, the Earth? The equator. If you mean the line going from side to side across the middle of a circle then... the diameter of a circle

infinite

A pair of parallel lines, an ellipse or a circle.

Pair of radii

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No, parallel lines are straight lines.

lines of latitude

a semi - circle has zero parallel lines

any line of latitude - including the tropic of Cancer, the Tropic of Capricorn, the Artic Circle , the Antarctic Circle

No, a circle can't be a parallelogram. A circle is a curve. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides constructed with four line segments. The line segments are straight, and the circle is a continuous curve.

Do you mean, like, the Earth? The equator. If you mean the line going from side to side across the middle of a circle then... the diameter of a circle

infinite

A circle.

A pair of parallel lines, an ellipse or a circle.

Pair of radii

None.

None

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