How many polygons are there with 3 parallel lines?
Polygons with 6 or more sides can have 3 pairs of parallel lines.
Polygons with 7 or more sides can have a set of three parallel lines.
Here are three shapes that have two pairs of parallel lines: square parallelogram rectangle There are many polygons with at least two pairs of parallel lines. hexagon (has 3 pairs of parallel lines) octagon (has 4 pairs) decagon (has 5 pairs)
A square or rectangle has two sets of parallel lines. Stop signs technically have 4 short sets o parallel lines. Hexagon could have 3 sets, etc. All of which are polygons, though not all polygons have parallel lines.
There can be no convex polygon with three parallel sides. There are concave polygons with 6 or more sides that have three parallel lines.
it has 2 pairs of parallel lines
It has 1 set of 3 parallel lines and 3 sets of 2 parallel lines, and 18 angles (3 sides meet at each vertex)
Contributor Answer 1 A cube has 6 parallel lines. ______________________________________ Contributor Answer 2 I count three sets of parallel lines, with 4 lines in each set. ________________________________________ Contributor Answer 3 A cube has 12 pairs of parallel lines
If the hexagons are regular, it has 3 quartets of parallel lines and one 6-tuple of parallel lines. If the bases are irregular hexagons, it can have six pairs of parallel lines and one 6-truple.
2 parallel lines * * * * * The above answer is not wholly correct. A hexagon can have one, two or three pairs of parallel lines: a regular hexagon has 3 pairs.
A cuboid has 3 quartets of parallel lines. Each quartet gives rise to six pairs. So, in all there are 18 pairs of parallel lines.
A rectangular prism has 3 sets of 4 parallel lines and 24 angles.
3 sets of four mutually parallel lines.
By making a sketch you'll find that there are 6 rectangles
None. A triangle has 3 lines, none of them parallel to another.
Most hexagons have no parallel lines. A regular hexagon has 3 sets of parallel lines. A hexagon can have 0, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6 parallel lines.
Not sure if these are the ones that you are looking for, but here are three: Parallel lines do not intersect. Parallel lines lie in the same plane. parallel lines have the same slope.
In space with 3 or more dimensions, there are infinitely many pairs of lines that are not parallel and do not intersect.
A cylinder is one of them
Yes, a regular hexagon has 3 pairs of parallel lines. The opposite sides are parallel.
A polygon can have numerous amounts of sides. As long as it has at least 3 lines that connect.
Polygons are plane closed figures bounded by straight lines. There cannot be polygons with fewer than 3 sides.
If it's a regular hexagon then it will have 3 pairs of opposite parallel sides.
A hexagon generally has 3 pairs of parallel lines.
Square, rectangle, rhombus
Any line that has a different slope than 3 (parallel lines have the same slope).
it depends on what kind of shape it is. an equilateral triangle has 3 lines of symmetry, yet a sqaure has 4. (both shapes i mentioned are regular polygons)
Depending upon the base, it will either have no parallel sides or up to (number of sides ÷ 2) sets of 2 parallel lines. The number of angles depends upon the base and is 3 × (base + 1).
None because it has 3 lines of different lengths that are joined together to form a 3 sided scalene triangle.
12 faces. The number of parallel lines will depend on whether or not the prism is regular and right. In a regular right prism there are 10 parallel edges along the "length". 10 parallel lines make 45 pairs (1-2, 1-3, 1-4, ... 2-3, 2-4, ... etc). Each line at a base has one parallel line at the same base and two at the opposite base. Each such quartet makes 6 pairs of parallel lines and… Read More
This is possible, but not necessary. A regular hexagon has 3 pairs of parallel lines, making 6 parallel sides altogether.
Yes, in plane geometry parallel lines continue forever. However, in polar geometry (3 dimensions, as in Earth longitudinal lines), parallel lines eventually intersect at the poles of the sphere,
If, by parellel you mean parallel, the answer is a prism.
A trapezoid, trapezium and a pentagon have only 1 set of parallel lines.
Non-intersecting lines in 3-D space may be parallel but need not be.
Perpendicular lines Parallel lines Diagonal lines
6, 3 along the elongated part and 3 more for each side of the triangle on each side being parallel with each other.
No, only 1 parallel line
Parallel lines are lines that share the same slope (number in front of the x) In this case you need two lines that have 2x to be considered parallel to one another.
examples of parallel lines. 1. railroad tracks 2. window pains 3. the equal sign =
The two lines below are parallel If the slope of the red line is 3 what is the slope of the green line?
Parallel lines have the same slope.
It depends on how many sides that it has and whether of not it is regular (all the lines of the polygon are of equal length if it is a regular polygon). For regular polygons, the number of symmetry lines is the number of sides if number of sides is an odd number. Otherwise, the number of symmetry lines is double the number of sides. A square has 4 sides and 8 symmetry lines; a… Read More
Select two parallel lines out of 5: 5*4*3/(2*1) = 30 ways Select two parallel lines out of 4: 4*3*2/(2*1) = 12 ways Combine the above 2: 30*12 = 360 parallelograms.
The 12 edges of a regular octahedron consist of 6 parallel opposite pairs. In fact, the 12 edges form 3 squares.
No, a tv is a 3-dimensional object. A pair of parallel lines are 1-dimensional objects in a 2-dimensional plane. No, a tv is a 3-dimensional object. A pair of parallel lines are 1-dimensional objects in a 2-dimensional plane. No, a tv is a 3-dimensional object. A pair of parallel lines are 1-dimensional objects in a 2-dimensional plane. No, a tv is a 3-dimensional object. A pair of parallel lines are 1-dimensional objects in a 2-dimensional… Read More
In 2-dimensional space they must be parallel. In 3-d space they be parallel or skew lines I believe.
a regular hexagon
A prism isa polyhedron- that is, 3-dimensional shape bounded by polygons. It has two parallel bases that are identical polygons. The corresponding sides of these polygons are joined together by quadrilaterals. A pyramid is also a polyhedron. It has a polygonal base of n sides and n triangles, attached to each of the sides of the polygon, that meet at an apex above [or below] the plane of the polygon. A
If two lines have the same slope (ie. they rise or fall at the same angle) they are parallel. With lines, the number before the x determines the slope. So as long as your line has a 2x term, and is written in the same form as y = 2x + 3, it will be parallel. Therefore, y = 2x + 7 y = 2x +5556 y = 2x - 3 y = 2x… Read More
I have no f*cking idea and i am a f*cking 7th grader.
An octahedron is a closed 3-d shape with 8 polygonal faces. There are 257 topologically different convex octahedra. Some of these have no parallel sides whereas a right hexagonal prism has 3 quartet of parallel sides and one sextet.