Two Straight Lines in Same Plane Which Never Meet Are Called - Mathematics

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MCQ

Two straight lines in same plane which never meet are called

Options

  • angles

  • transversal line

  • vertex

  • parallel lines

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Solution

parallel lines

Concept: Graph and Charts (Entrance Exam)
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