Q: What is the sign for lines of equal length?

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An equal sign IS two lines. Whatever mathemetician first invented the symbol apparently thought it was the best symbol to show equality (equal-ness).

No not in length but they must be equal distance apart from each other.

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Parallel lines are line that don't intersect like the equal sign = .

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measure them :)

An equal sign IS two lines. Whatever mathemetician first invented the symbol apparently thought it was the best symbol to show equality (equal-ness).

No just equal distance apart at all times

No not in length but they must be equal distance apart from each other.

it is the equal sign = with the symbol ~ over it

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Parallel lines are line that don't intersect like the equal sign = .

It means congruent. It is NOT 'approximately equal', which would be an equal sigh where BOTH lines are squiggly.

An isosceles triangle consist of 3 straight lines 2 of which are equal in length

A square has 4 sides or lines that are equal in length and has 4 right angles.

An equal sign with a squiggly line over the top of it.