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stuck-help

  • one year ago

What real-world examples would you describe for the three ways in which two lines may be related?

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  1. stuck-help
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    @campbell_st can you help

  2. ribhu
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    railway track for parallel lines..

  3. campbell_st
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    if you look at brick buildings all the mortar has been laid either parallel or perpendicular to give the building structural integrity

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    • one year ago
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    There are 3 cases 1) two lines may be parallel (never cross) |dw:1444430428257:dw| 2) the two lines cross at exactly one point |dw:1444430437843:dw| 3) the two lines may intersect infinitely many times (one line is directly on top of the other) |dw:1444430449452:dw|

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