Q: A line is the locus of points that?

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No. A line is the locus of all points located between any two points.

The locus of points at a given distance to a line would be a line parallel to the first line. Assuming that both lines are straight.

The perpendicular bisector of the straight line joining the two points.

False, other geometric objects exist which can be defined as a parrticular locus of points, such as the parabola and the hyperbola.

A pair of parallel lines at a distance of 1 cm from the line Q.

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No. A line is the locus of all points located between any two points.

line

a straight line ..

All points on the same line are colinear but if you mean what are the points all called collectively - they represent a "locus of points".

The locus of points at a given distance to a line would be a line parallel to the first line. Assuming that both lines are straight.

The perpendicular bisector of the straight line joining the two points.

parabola

Straight line

I believe that is the definition of a straight line.

A line that is the angle bisector.

Two parallel lines.

The perpendicular bisector of the line joining the two points.