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Write the postulate that justifies this statement: If two ants are walking in straight lines but in different directions, their paths cannot cross more than once.... lol can someone help!? i have know clue what this means

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hint: their paths are PARALLEL does that help?
but it says in different directions...
oh..

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well that's still parallel |dw:1346809404449:dw| well parallel rays...
but different directions could still be this|dw:1346809586223:dw|

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