# What is the definition of parallel world?

a different world as in a futursitc or not real world like a world ruled by elephants -jithmi-

### Why doesn't the latitude lines intersect?

Because lines of latitude are parallel and parallel lines, by definition, can not intersect. Read More

### How many parallel lines does a irregular rectangle have?

A rectangle, by definition is an irregular quadrilateral. It has two pairs of parallel sides. Read More

### Is there parallel on trapezoid?

Yes, there's only one pair of parallel sides on a trapezoid. Its definition is "A quadrilateral with only one pair of parallel sides." Read More

### What is the definition of parallel lines?

Two straight lines that are equidistance from each other. Read More

### Why the voltage is same in parallel connections?

That is because it is in essence the definition of parallel in this context. Keeping the supply voltage to multiple devices the same no matter the load. Read More

### What is the definition of parallel?

Two lines are said to be parallel if they are in the same plane, and don't intersect. In other words, they have the same distance from one another at any point. Read More

### Does a square have one pair of parallel side?

Actually it has two pairs of parallel opposite sides, this follows from the definition of sides of equal length sitting at 90degrees angles. Read More

### Are some parallelogram a square?

All squares are parallelograms. The definition of parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two sets of parallel sides. A square is a quadrilateral with two sets of parallel lines, so it is also a parallelogram Read More

### Does a parallelogram have parallel and perpendicular sides?

By definition, a parallelogram two separate pairs has parallel sides. The only type of parallelogram that has perpendicular sides is a rectangle. All others have non-perpendicular sides. Read More

### What is the definition of graben?

It is a depressed block of land, bordered by parallel geological faults. Read More

### Are there any trapezoids that are also rhombuses?

yes - all the rhombuses. By definition a trapezoid has two parallel sides, a rhombus also has two parallel sides - because both pairs of opposite sides are parallel. So all rhombuses are trapezoids (but not all trapezoids are rhombuses) Read More

### What is polarised light?

The official definition of polarized light is "light in which individual light waves are aligned parallel to one another." Read More

### What parallelogram has two pairs of parallel sides?

Almost all parallelograms have two pairs of parallel sides. A square, rectangle and parallelogram can all be considered true parallelogram by definition of parallel sides. However, in a rhombus, although each sides' lengths are equal, they cannot be consided parallel sides because the angle at which they are formed at each point isn't equal. Read More

### Can an triangle have 2 parallel lines?

NO! It just ain't happening! Two parallel lines will never meet (theoretically and by definition) and therefore have no way to complete the necessary configuration to complete the definition of a "regular" triangle. Three straight lines with three internal angles, all lines completing a three sided polygon. Unless one is using some of that "FUZZY-WEIRD" Euclid math, it just don't work in a "real" world! Read More

### Can a pair of lines be both parallel and skew?

No. Parallel has a specific meaning. For lines to be parallel, they have to lie in a common plane, but not touch each other. If they are skew, they still don't touch each other, but they now do not lie in a common plane. More specifically, skew lines, by definition, are not co-planar. Read More

### Can a trapezium have three right angles?

Depending on the definition that is used, a trapezium is either a figure with four sides that has no parallel sides (American) or a figure with fours sides that has two parallel sides (British). Either way, a trapezium can not have 3 right angles. Read More

### What is the definition of a prism?

a solid geometric figure whose two end faces are similar, equal, and parallel rectilinear figures, and whose sides are parallelograms. Read More

### What is the difference between the transitive property of congruence and parallel lines?

They are similar because they both have the definition of if A=B and B=C then A=C. They are different because since every parallel line is equal it shows that they do not exactly match up because of the transitive property of congruence. Read More

### When did Parallel World - NES video game - happen?

Parallel World - NES video game - happened in 1990. Read More

### What is the math definition of rectangular prism?

A hexahedron with the pairs of orthogonal parallel faces. To avoid including cubes, you may wish to add that not all sides may be square. Read More

### What other shape does a trapezoid have?

There is no "other shape" for a trapezoid (called a trapezium outside of North America). By definition it's a four-sided figure with one pair of opposite sides that are parallel. Read More

### Does a irregular rectangle have any perpendicular lines?

Aquadrilateral that is called a rectangle has by definition 4 right angles (all sides are perpendicular to their neighbors) and opposite sides that are equal in length and parallel. Read More

### When was Parallel World - NES video game - created?

Parallel World - NES video game - was created on 1990-08-10. Read More

### Are theimaginary lines that run from the north pole to the south pole around the world parallel?

No. Lines of longitude or meridians are not parallel. Read More

### What is parallel force?

Parallel forces are forces acting in parallel lines. If two parallel forces act in same direction, they are called like parallel forces. If two parallel forces act in opposite directions, they are called unlike parallel forces. Read More

### Are Christmas tree lights parallel or series?

They are parallel, or at least you HOPE they are parallel. Read More

### What are the two special properties of a square?

Squares have a lot of special properties. The sides are all equal lengths and the corners are all 90 degrees. Because of the latter, the sides are all parallel and perpendicular to all of the other sides. Squares also fit the definition of 'rectangle' but not all rectangles fit the definition of 'square'. Read More

### What is a parallel bulb?

a parallel bulb is one that is connected in parallel with respect to the source voltage Read More

### How do you put Parallel in a sentence?

A square has parallel sides. A rectangle has parallel sides. Read More

### What is the definition of the word grids?

There are several meaning for the word "grids" such as a network of horizontal and vertical lines superimposed over a map, building plan, etc, for locating points. Another meaning is a grating consisting of parallel bars. Read More

### How are parallel lines and parallel planes used in architecture?

parallel lines are used in the white house. The columns holding it up are parallel lines and the floor and the roof of a room are parallel planes as long as they are the same shape Read More

### How did Korea become a divided nation after World War 2?

After World War II, USSR occupied Korea north of 38th parallel while U.S. occupied Korea south of 38th parallel. Read More

### Is the tropic of cancer a parallel or meridian?

The Tropic of Cancer is a parallel, because it is one of the earths parallel lines. Read More

### What is the definition of a pennate muscle?

pennate is the opposite of parallel (fusiform) parallel muscle eg biceps brachii has fibres which run parallel, whereas pennate fibres run diagonally to the axis of movement, unipennate, bipennate and multipennate refers to the number of tendonous attachments unipennate muscle fibers which converge on one side of a tendon ca be found in the gluteus maximus, bipennate fibers converge in a featherlike way towards a central tendon, and multipennate converge on more tendons such as… Read More

### What can current do in a parallel circuit?

In a parallel circuit, the current gets divided into the number of parallel paths while the voltage remains same across each parallel path. Read More

### Are Two planes parallel to a line parallel?

No. Consider two adjacent faces on a cuboid. Both planes are parallel to the edge at which the intersect. But the fact that they do intersect illustrates that they are not parallel. Read More

### What is the difference between parallel lines and parallel planes?

Parallel lines are two 1-dimensional objects that do not meet. Parallel planes are two 2-dimensional objects that do not meet. Read More

### What would happen if the earth would be parallel to the sun?

Two spheres cannot be parallel - only lines can be parallel. Read More

### How do you solve parallel equations?

Parallel lines never meet and so parallel equations do not have any simultaneous solution. Read More

### What are the differences between reticulate and parallel leaf venation?

The difference is that reticulate have scattered and parallel have parallel leaf veins Read More

### Does a octahedron have parallel lines?

It can, but it need not have parallel lines. Read More

### What is the definition of amperes and watts?

The watt is defined as 'the power resulting when one joule of energy is dissipated in one second'. Read More