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The trajectories of pool shots are perfect examples. The cue ball bounces off one rail and travels to its opposite parallel rail. The angles all work according to the rules of geometry.
Perhaps a beehive has a number of it.
The hands of a watch at 4 or 5 o'clock.
Roads are an example of intersecting lines in the real world.
Did you mean "real world examples of parallel lines"? If so, railroad tracks are a perfect example.
Railway lines with sleepers? Lines of latitude crossed by a line of longitude?
lines on a notebook, grids on graphing paper, and the hands of a clock
haha okay.. well if there was a pile of spoon.. and two were going one way and there was one on top going the other way then it would be a transversal.
the lines of the brooklin bridge
Most four way intersections are perpendicular. The yard lines on a football field are perpendicular to the sidelines.
in the real world
The lines on a highway
the Horizontal line of you bed to the vertical lines of your bedposts