Q: To find a segment parallel to another segment and through a given point fold a piece of paper so that the fold goes through the point and the pieces of the segment on either side of the fold match up?

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No, they are either parallel, or they intersect

In most general terms, a side is a line segment that is part of the figure in question. It is connected at either end to another line segment, which, in turn, may or may not be connected to still other line segments. A line segment joined at either end by two others which, in turn, were joined together would make a triangle. And more figures can be made by continuing to add line segments.

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Assume there are no lines through a given point that is parallel to a given line or assume that there are many lines through a given point that are parallel to a given line. There exist a line l and a point P not on l such that either there is no line m parallel to l through P or there are two distinct lines m and n parallel to l through P.

This describes a rectangle. It has four sides, four right angles, and its opposite sides are parallel, but the adjacent sides are not equilateral (congruent). If a quadrilateral has four right angles, it will be either a square or a rectangle. With the four right angles, it cannot be anything else. Draw a line segment. Now draw another one at a right angle to the first one. Now draw a third line segment at a right angle from the second one, and make this one the same length as the first one. Then draw the last segment to close the figure. It will have fours sides, and it will have four right angles. It will also have two pairs of parallel sides.

Yes. There are several devices that can provide a parallel port on a modern computer. They can be connected either through a USB port or through a PCI slot. When installed, they behave exactly as a real parallel port would work, and should allow you to use the printer (assuming you have drivers for it).

In most general terms, a side is a line segment that is part of the figure in question. It is connected at either end to another line segment, which, in turn, may or may not be connected to still other line segments. A line segment joined at either end by two others which, in turn, were joined together would make a triangle. And more figures can be made by continuing to add line segments.

No, they are either parallel, or they intersect

... given line. This is one version of Euclid's fifth postulate, also known as the Parallel Postulate. It is quite possible to construct consistent systems of geometry where this postulate is negated - either many parallel lines or none.