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Q: What does three parallel line mean in maths?

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Parallel in maths means opposite. Two parallel lines can never touch. I you are not sure if two lines are parallel then imagine that these lines go on for ever, will they eventually cross?

Lines that are neither parallel nor perpendicular.

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when it is a parallel line across the x and y axis

It means a line that intersects with another line. Where as parallel would be a lines that do not intersect, ever.

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it is basically a face that is parallel

Parallel in maths means opposite. Two parallel lines can never touch. I you are not sure if two lines are parallel then imagine that these lines go on for ever, will they eventually cross?

Do you mean "Why might a parallel line algorithm be needed?" or "What properties does a parallel line algorithm need to have?".

Lines that are neither parallel nor perpendicular.

Parallel is when two lines or line sedments are side be side and line never intersect

a ray in maths is a arm of an angle.

A parallel line segment are two lines with two ending points and are in a straight line that can never touch.

There are three lines in the figure described. Two of the lines never meet, these are the parallel lines. The third line crosses the other lines, it is the "transversal" line. If the parallel lines are really line SEGMENTS then each can be bisected (cut into two equal lengths) This is what your description states.

Latitude = Fatitude = AROUND THE WORLD. It doesn't really mean parallel. The equator is a line of latitude. Latitude = Fatitude = AROUND THE WORLD. It doesn't really mean parallel. The equator is a line of latitude. Latitude = Fatitude = AROUND THE WORLD. It doesn't really mean parallel. The equator is a line of latitude. Latitude = Fatitude = AROUND THE WORLD. It doesn't really mean parallel. The equator is a line of latitude. Latitude = Fatitude = AROUND THE WORLD. It doesn't really mean parallel. The equator is a line of latitude. Latitude = Fatitude = AROUND THE WORLD. It doesn't really mean parallel. The equator is a line of latitude.

the letters line up paralell

If you mean: y = -3x, then the line y = -3x+2 will be parallel to it because they both have the same slope.

if you mean 3x + 4y = 8 the slope is -3/4 and any parallel line will have the same slope.

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