It was a line that separated North Korea from South korea.
England and America came to the agreement of a boundry line of 49 degrees49 Parallel
Line, Circle, Triangle, Square, Rectangle, Trapezoid, Pyramid, Polyhedron.
An invisible line that forms east-west circles around the Earth is called both parallel and line of latitude. An imaginary line that circles the earth from north to south is called both meridian and line of longitude.
Infinite when chords are parallel to the circle's diameter
lines of latitude
any line of latitude - including the tropic of Cancer, the Tropic of Capricorn, the Artic Circle , the Antarctic Circle
No, a circle can't be a parallelogram. A circle is a curve. A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides constructed with four line segments. The line segments are straight, and the circle is a continuous curve.
Do you mean, like, the Earth? The equator. If you mean the line going from side to side across the middle of a circle then... the diameter of a circle
A pair of parallel lines, an ellipse or a circle.
Pair of radii
The two points on exactly opposite sides of a circle are parallel to each other. This can be evidenced by finding the derivative/gradient at those points; if they are the same then the two line segments described by those points are parallel.
You place a ruler on a piece of paper and trace both sides. Put the point of your pair of compasses on the line and draw a circle. Then draw another circle, that is the same size, the same way further along the line. You will then be able to use your rule to draw a line that is a tangent to the two circle, and so parallel to your first line. Once you have done this you will realize that you don't need to draw a full circle just a small arc.
The main line of latitude is called parallel. These lines would include the equator, Tropic of Capricorn, Tropic of Cancer, Antarctic Circle and the Arctic Circle.
Tangents ..... are parallel under conditions you gave. A tangent to a circle is perpindicular to the radius (diameter) at the point of contact. 2 lines perpindicular to the same line are parallel.