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Like all other triangles it has no parallel lines.

Parallel lines are like this / / / / / / THEY NEVER TOUCH AND ARE OPPOSITE

Parallel lines in the Euclidean plane do not intersect but all parallel lines in the projective plane intersect at the point at infinity.

No, none are.

They are parallel lines

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Parallel lines in the Euclidean plane do not intersect but all parallel lines in the projective plane intersect at the point at infinity.

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