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Q: What are two lines that are equidistant apart and never intersect?

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They are parallel lines

Parallel lines will never intersect. They will stay an equal distance apart at all points.

Parallel lines remain equidistance apart and never intersect

parellel lines

Parallel straight lines never intersect.

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Parallel lines

They are parallel lines

Parallel lines remain equal distance apart and never intersect each other.

Parallel lines will never intersect. They will stay an equal distance apart at all points.

Parallel lines remain equidistance apart and never intersect

parellel lines

Parallel lines never intersect

Parallel-being everywhere equidistant and not intersectingLine-A geometric object that is straight, infinitely long and infinitely thin.So two "wavy lines" (that never intersect and are equidistant) would fulfill the definition of "parallel," but not of "line."

Parallel-being everywhere equidistant and not intersectingLine-A geometric object that is straight, infinitely long and infinitely thin.So two "wavy lines" (that never intersect and are equidistant) would fulfill the definition of "parallel," but not of "line."

Parallel straight lines never intersect.

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