anonymous
  • anonymous
You are driving over a bridge that runs east to west. Below the bridge, a highway runs north to south. Are the bridge and the highway parallel, skew, or neither?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
There not parallel ... But wats skew?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Skew is neither parallel nor at right angles to a specified or implied line so it means crooked @Batwomen123
anonymous
  • anonymous
Well is the bridge is going east to west it would be like<> and north to south would be up and down

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anonymous
  • anonymous
So that means the answer is neither because it not parallel or skew
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes its neither

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