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Veins that run in straight lines next to each other are called parallel veins. These types of veins can be found in all types of living organisms.

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Perpendicular lines.

Two straight lines that are equidistance from each other.

Parallel lines are 2 long straight lines that don't touch each other

They are straight lines that intersect each other at 90 degrees

Tangent.

Intersecting Lines. Two lines next to each other but go straight and never meet are called parallel lines. Perpendicular is when two lines cross right into the middle and makes 4 right angles (90 degrees). you!! :)

Perpendicular Lines are two straight lines that intersect to form a 90 degrees or an right angle.Regards,

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parallell lines will never touch each other (if they went on forever) perpendicular lines touch each other at a 90° angle (one straight up; one straight across

Perpendicular lines are straight lines that intersect each other at right angles which is 90 degrees

They are straight lines that intersect each other at right angles or 90 degrees.

They are straight lines that intersect each other at right angles or 90 degrees.

Impossible. If there MUST be 5 straight lines, then there can only be 2 trees in each line. This gives 5 straight lines with 2 trees each (or 2 straight lines with 5 trees each) ** ** ** ** **

Parallel lines are straight lines which are oriented the same way. For example, two railway lines are parallel to each other.

Perpendicular.

2 straight lines which cross over (intersect) each other Example: the letter x

Two lines with one point in common are said to intersect at that point. Any two straight lines with infinite length will eventually intersect each other, unless they are parallel to each other.

Five types of lines are: Horizontal - A line that runs from left to right in a straight line vertical - A line that runs from top to bottom in a straight line Perpendicular - When two straight lines intersect (i.e.cross) each other at right angles (= 90Â°) Parallel - When two lines never meet each other, no matter how much you extend them Intersecting - When two or more lines meet or cross

Parallel lines are two or more lines that run perfectly straight, into infinite, next to each other so that none of the lines will ever touch.

Cylindrical

Perpendicular lines are a specific kind of intersecting lines. Intersecting lines are any two lines that cross through each other. Depending on how they cross each other, they may make angles from 170 degrees to 1 degree. Perpendicular lines are specifically two straight lines that cross each other at right angles, so that they create angles that are 90 degrees.

They are closed plane figures bounded by straight lines that do not cross each other.

The sixteen goats will be divided into six straight lines by some of the lines intersecting with each other. This is done by drawing three lines separating four columns, then three more lines to separate the rows.

Draw two horizontal straight lines that are slightly offset from each other. One above the other. Then, use a ruler or other straightedge to connect the outer ends of the lines.