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Not sure if these are the ones that you are looking for, but here are three:

- Parallel lines do not intersect.
- Parallel lines lie in the same plane.
- parallel lines have the same slope.

Q: What are 3 characteristics of parallel lines?

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It depends on which model you are using

Non-intersecting lines in 3-D space may be parallel but need not be.

All of the three sides of a triangle can be parts of parallel lines; it's just that no two of them can be parallel with each other. They can be parallel to some other line(s). In plane geometry parallel lines cannot form the sides of a common triangle.

Parallel lines have the same slope.

A rectangular prism has 3 sets of 4 parallel lines and 24 angles.

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Yes, parallel lines have different intercepts

2 pair Of parallel lines.

It depends on which model you are using

two pairs of parallel lines

Parallel lines lying in a plane do not intersect each other. They share exactly zero points in common.

well its simple youngster, parallel lines never touch i learned that in the air force

Neither: because one line, by itself, can be neither parallel or perpendicular. These characteristics are relevant only in the context of another line (or lines). The given line is parallel to some lines and perpendicular to others.

Most hexagons have no parallel lines. A regular hexagon has 3 sets of parallel lines. A hexagon can have 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 parallel lines.

If the hexagons are regular, it has 3 quartets of parallel lines and one 6-tuple of parallel lines. If the bases are irregular hexagons, it can have six pairs of parallel lines and one 6-truple.

Yes, a regular hexagon has 3 pairs of parallel lines. The opposite sides are parallel.

It has 1 set of 3 parallel lines and 3 sets of 2 parallel lines, and 18 angles (3 sides meet at each vertex)

A hexagon generally has 3 pairs of parallel lines.