Q: What is straight line that never cross?

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A straight line is one which travels in exactly one direction, never bending or curving.

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To make it simple, it is because the line has no slope. There is no angle, it is just a straight line. When the line is completely vertical, it means that there is no y-intercept, because the line will never cross the y-intercept. So, because the slope is not there, then it shall be "0" (zero)

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Straight lines that never cross are called parallel lines.

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yes their is it is called a paralel two straight lines never meet

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A straight line is one which travels in exactly one direction, never bending or curving.

Two straight lines can cross either once or never.

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