Q: Which shape below does not have parallel line segments?

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They can not be line segments on the same line, but they can both be line segments.

A regular hexagon has three sets (pairs) of parallel line segments that form it.

No but it does have parallel line segments of different lengths and 1 line of symmetry

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Homoparallelic lines

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A circle.

They can not be line segments on the same line, but they can both be line segments.

A regular hexagon has three sets (pairs) of parallel line segments that form it.

No

There is no specific name - other than what you used: "a pair of parallel line segments".

Letters that have parallel line segments are H, E, F, M, and N

how many pairs of parallel line segments does a stop sigh have

Which pair. Of line is parallel fghj

they are not parallel

a line that equals to my BEEP

You cannot have a shape without any line segments.

No but it does have parallel line segments of different lengths and 1 line of symmetry