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Parallel Lines

Two coplanar lines that do not intersect are said to be parallel lines. In a diagram, triangular hatch marks are drawn on lines to denote that they are parallel. To algebraically denote that two lines are parallel, the symbol is used. In the diagram, lines m and are parallel.
One pair of parallel lines and one transversal
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