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## Why do parallel lines do not meet?

By definition, two lines are said to be parallel if the distance between two lines is the same when scaled from any point on one line. This condition does not hold for parallel lines. Thus, parallel lines will never meet (or intersect).

## Can parallel lines connect?

Actually parallel lines cannot meet at a point or intersect because they are defined that way, if two lines will intersect then they will not remain parallel lines.

**Are parallel lines lines that never meet?**

In geometry, parallel lines are coplanar straight lines that do not intersect at any point. Parallel planes are planes in the same three-dimensional space that never meet. In three-dimensional Euclidean space, a line and a plane that do not share a point are also said to be parallel.

**What happens when two lines are parallel?**

Parallel Lines: Definition: We say that two lines (on the same plane) are parallel to each other if they never intersect each other, ragardless of how far they are extended on either side. Corresponding Angles are angles that are on the same side of the transversal and on the same side of each intersected line.

### Will parallel lines meet at infinity?

In projective geometry, any pair of lines always intersects at some point, but parallel lines do not intersect in the real plane. This completes the plane, because now parallel lines intersect at a point which lies on the line at infinity.

### Why do 2 parallel lines meet at infinity?

In projective geometry, any pair of lines always intersects at some point, but parallel lines do not intersect in the real plane. The line at infinity is added to the real plane. This completes the plane, because now parallel lines intersect at a point which lies on the line at infinity.

**What lines that will never meet?**

Parallel lines are lines in a plane that are always the same distance apart. Parallel lines never intersect.

**Do parallel lines meet at infinity?**

## What happens when lines are not parallel?

Two lines are parallel if they have the same slope, or if they are vertical. If two parallel lines form a system, there are no solutions to the system. If lines intersect, the lines cross in one point. Skew lines are lines that are not coplanar, do not intersect, and are not parallel.

## Is it true that parallel lines do not meet?

The answer to the question depends on exactly what kind of geometry you are dealing with and what “points” and “lines” mean. If you are talking about ordinary lines and ordinary geometry, then parallel lines do not meet.

**Is there a way to create parallel lines?**

Yes there does. The creation of such a geometry is really quite clever. You start with a Euclidean plane and you add points to it as follows. Pick any line in the plane. To that line and all lines parallel to it, you add one extra point, a point at infinity.

**Is there such thing as an infinity parallel line?**

In summary, then: in usual geometry, parallel lines do not meet. There is no such thing as infinity, and it is wrong to say that parallel lines meet at infinity. However, you can construct other geometric systems, whose “points” include not only the points of familiar geometry (describable as coordinate pairs (x,y)), but also other objects.

### How are parallel lines and pairs of angles alike?

Parallel lines have so much in common. It’s a shame they will never meet! When parallel lines get crossed by another line (which is called a Transversal ), you can see that many angles are the same, as in this example: These angles can be made into pairs of angles which have special names.