A rectangular prism has 3 sets of 4 parallel lines and 24 angles.
It is called a parallelogram. or a square........ or a rectangle.........
A heptagon contains zero parallel lines. All of the lines in a regular heptagon with all sides and angles equal are at different angles from each other.
Alternate angles are where two parallel lines have a line through them.
Squares have 4 90 degree angles and 2 sets of parallel lines and 4 congruent sides. A rectangle has the angles and parallel lines. A parallelogram has the parallel lines. A rectangle is most similar, however there are more geometric shapes with some similarities to a square.
No angles are formed on the inside of parallel lines because they do not intersect. That is the definition of parallel.
Perpendicular lines that meet at right angles is one example
They could be: parallel lines, perpendicular lines or intersecting lines
Parallel refers to lines and not angles A right angle is formed by 2 lines that are perpendicular to each other and not parallel If you already have a line and you draw two lines which are at right angles to it, those two lines are parallel.
a shape or figure with no bent or curvy lines only striaght lines and has three sides which the sum of the angles must equal 180 degress
A co-exterior angle is almost the same thing as co-interior:Two angles on the same side of the transversal (in a figure where two parallel lines are intersected by a transversal).They are supplementary angles (add up to 180º).They are exterior angles meaning they are outsideof the two parallel lines (opposite of interior angles which are inside the two parallel lines).
From lines that are not parallel.
it is called a trapezoid