Q: What are Lines that are neither concurrent nor skew are?

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Skew Lines. :)

CorrectParallel lines as well as intersecting lines must be coplanar (in Euclidean geometry not quite sure about hyperbolic geometry...).Lines in space which neither are coplanar nor intersecting are called "skew"

Skew lines There is a vertical (or horizontal) and a diagonal!

You may have neglected to copy something else that goes with the question, as there are no "above lines".

No. Lines are infinite, so if they are not parallel, they have to intersect at some point on the plane.

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SKEW LINES are neither parallel nor intersecting.

Skew Lines. :)

If lines neither intersect nor are parallel, then they must be drawn in 3D space, or a higher dimension.(These lines are called skew lines)

the answer would have to be skew

Yes, it is possible to draw lines on the surface of a sphere that are neither parallel nor intersecting.

CorrectParallel lines as well as intersecting lines must be coplanar (in Euclidean geometry not quite sure about hyperbolic geometry...).Lines in space which neither are coplanar nor intersecting are called "skew"

Skew lines There is a vertical (or horizontal) and a diagonal!

Then they are not parallel, nor skew (in 3D).

Diagonal

No, oblique lines are neither parallel nor perpendicular

Lines that are neither parallel nor perpendicular.

Lines that are neither parallel nor perpendicular.