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Q: Why do shadows go in straight lines?

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Two straight lines that remain equal distance apart are parallel lines.

Parallel lines

Not if they are straight lines.

A straight edge or a rule are used to construct straight lines. Laser line setter, In some cases a plumb line

Straight lines! if i didn't answer correctly tell me!

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light are not waves. they travel in straight lines and so cause shadows!--Kake.

two straight lines that will never intersect. ex. ___________ _____________ the lines go straight and never met.

Yes shadows prove it because if light travelled in bent lines there would be no shadow.

you draw straight lines with a ruler

It tells us that light only travels in straight lines and cant travel through most objects.

Sharp shadow show us that light travels in straight lines and cannot bend around corners.

Light ray theory and shadows. Basically the light ray theory is the theory that light always travels in straight lines, and it is linked into shadows as when an object blocks the light rays it cannot bend round the object therefore making a shadow.

there are 5 straight lines

no u have to go diagnol at all times

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Straight lines that never cross are called parallel lines.

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