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Parallel lines are important in mathematics because they are at the base of several conjectures involving angles in geometry. Drawing a line, called a transversal, through a pair of parallel lines forms three different t... More »
Parallel lines are defined as lines that are equal distance apart and never touch. Being an equal distance apart is also known as equidistant. Parallel lines always point in the same direction. More »
Parallel lines are lines that never cross each other. The key to constructing parallel lines is to know that they have the exact same slope. More »
Parallel lines are two lines that are the same distance apart along their length. They never touch one another. They look like the outer lines of a road or the edges of a rail track. More »
Parallel lines are defined as lines that are equal distance apart and never touch. Being an equal distance apart is also known as equidistant. Parallel lines always point in the same direction. More »
A scalene triangle has no parallel sides and no equal angles. The three noncongruent sides of a scalene triangle are of different lengths, and the measurements of the three unequal angles inside the triangle, like those ... More »
Parallel lines are lines along the same plane that never intersect, even though they are of infinite length. If you are working on a construction project, it is important to make sure that segments that are supposed to b... More »

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