Q: What is a code that consists of vertical lines of different widths called?

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Different pools have different proportions.

A parallelogram is a figure with different lengths and widths(also called breadth) where opposite sides and opposite angles are equal. But the angles are not 900 each. In fact, no angle in a parallelogram is a right angle as presence of 1 right angle proves all the angles to be right angles. A parallelogram with 4 right angles is called as a ''rectangle''

Widths and lengths are two entirely different things. They don't go into anything other than Length x Width = Area.

A square has four sides of equal length. A rectangle has lengths that are different from the widths.

The widths all average out the same ... 15 degrees of longitude per time zone. The shapes are drawn the way they are in order to avoid splitting cities and states into two different time zones.

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A code that consists of vertical lines of different widths is a barcode.

A Bar code

A Bar code

Different pools have different proportions.

rectangular prism is a 3D structure with 4 lengths 4 widths 4 heights

it depends on the artery. different arteries have different widths.

Feet have many different widths so pointe shoes need too have many different widths too. 1X would be a narrow foot and 4X would be wider. There are also 2X, 3X, and many more widths in different kinds of shoes.

Yes, they come in widths to match the standard width of doors, like 30 and 36 inch.

A parallelogram is a figure with different lengths and widths(also called breadth) where opposite sides and opposite angles are equal. But the angles are not 900 each. In fact, no angle in a parallelogram is a right angle as presence of 1 right angle proves all the angles to be right angles. A parallelogram with 4 right angles is called as a ''rectangle''

Rectangles

rectangle

Different tables will have different widths: there is no standard measure.