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Copy of Parallel Lines in Real Life

Parallel Lines can be found all around us, math isn't just whats on paper, its structures, and nature, and movement. Math is everywhere.

Joshua Seabolt

on 12 February 2015

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Parallel Lines
Lines are parallel if they are always the same distance apart (called "equidistant").
Parallel lines also point in the same direction.
Lines are parallel if they lie in the same plane, and are the same distance apart over their entire length
No matter how far you extend them, they will never meet.
Shorthand notation. We can write PQ|| RS. which is read as "the line PQ is parallel to the line RS".
Parallel lines reside in almost every place, the sides of windows,
the neat stalks of wheat in a field, railraod tracks, endless sidewalkks and the yard lines in a game are just a few
In general, the slope intercept form assumes the formula: y= mx +b.
m = slope of the line
pneumonic: 'm' means 'move'
b = the y-intercept
pneumonic: 'b' means where the line begins.
Parallel lines continue, literally, forever without touching (assuming that these lines are on the same plane).
By; Thalia Badio
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