Q: What is skew in math?

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Two lines that lie on different planes but are not parallel.

It means to poke a little hole in something. That's why something that goes all the way through is a "skewer" because it's skewer than a skew.

There is no such thing as a skew plane - in isolation. It can only be skew with reference to something else.

No. Skew lines do not intersect

Skew lines never intersect. If two lines intersect, then they are known as "intersecting lines", not skew lines.

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Two lines that lie on different planes but are not parallel.

It means to poke a little hole in something. That's why something that goes all the way through is a "skewer" because it's skewer than a skew.

They can be, and are, "skew". If they are not lines, they cannot be "skew lines".

There is no such thing as a skew plane - in isolation. It can only be skew with reference to something else.

No. Skew lines do not intersect

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No. Skew lines must be in different planes. Skew lines have no common points (they never cross).

Skew lines are non-coplanar, which means they are in different planes. Skew lines are in different planes and they do not intersect.

Answer is a skew lines do not lie in the same place

skew lines are noncoplanar lines, which means they aren't parallel and they also don't intersect skew lines do not intersect and are not coplanar