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- pooja195

need help with part b...im not sure about what skew lines are...
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- pooja195

need help with part b...im not sure about what skew lines are...
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- johnweldon1993

Neither am I....however a quick google search gave "In three-dimensional geometry, skew lines are two lines that do not intersect and are not parallel"

- pooja195

I dont see any in the diagram like that o.O

- johnweldon1993

I'm not sure if this counts...but the fact that the top of the net cannot "physically" intersect with either lines 'k' or 'm' ...but they sure as heck aren't parallel

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- pooja195

:/ o.o they look parallel though :/

- johnweldon1993

Which look parallel?
I was talking about line 'q' cannot physically intersect with line 'm' ....or line 'k' in that sense
Not too sure if that counts however

- UsukiDoll

skew lines are two lines that do not intersect and are not parallel.

- UsukiDoll

that's in 3d geometry ... an example would be the pair of lines through opposite edges for the regular tetrahedron

- pooja195

im confused .-.

- johnweldon1993

Okay so here's what I'm thinking
Since Line 'q' is elevated above the ground...that means that neither lines 'k' nor 'm' can physically intersect it
So since they cannot intersect it, nor are they parallel to it...I would have classified lines 'q' and 'k' or 'q' and 'm' as skew lines
Correct me if I'm wrong...

- UsukiDoll

we have to think in 3-dimension for this tennis court. (ugh I never paid attention to this stuff last semester)

- pooja195

@johnweldon1993 I think thats correct .....

- pooja195

Q and K

- johnweldon1993

Right, since we are thinking about 3d...take into account that the net extends into the z axis....since it is not physically on the same plane as either of those lines they cannot intersect it

- pooja195

go it thanks! :)

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