Q: How many parallel lines does an arrowhead have?

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no because an arrowhead has to long lines and to small lines

An Arrowhead has got 1 line of symmetry so do NOT beleive what anyone else says!

A square has 2 pairs of opposite parallel lines.

If by four parallel lines you mean two pairs of parallel lines, then you would be looking for a parallelogram. An example of a parallelogram is at this address:http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/41/Parallelogram.svgThe arrowhead lines along the sides designate that the opposite sides are parallel and of the same length. The single and double lines in each section show that the portions of line in each segment are identically sized.

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no because an arrowhead has to long lines and to small lines

An Arrowhead has got 1 line of symmetry so do NOT beleive what anyone else says!

No. Parallel means the two lines will never ever touch. Take a square for example, if the top two lines carry on going, they will never touch without changing direction. An arrowhead's lines will never touch because they are both diagonal and they already touch without going any further. Hope this helps. (PS: I learned this in school and obviously it helps!)

A triangle can have no parallel lines.

it has too parallel lines!

A pentagon has no parallel lines.

A cone does not have any parallel lines

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