# what are definitions of parallel segment, vertex, and convex?

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• Anonymous
9 years ago

Parallel segment: A line segment that is parallel with another line segment. This means that if these line segments were to stretch forever, they would NEVER cross paths. They also have the sam slope. For example , these two l's are parallel: ll, but these two aren't: l /

A vertex is merely a place where two lines meet.

A convex is a corner that sticks out. For example, a square has convex angles. however, a star has convex angles, but also concave. Concave angles sink inward.

• Anonymous
5 years ago

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what are definitions of parallel segment, vertex, and convex?

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• Anonymous
5 years ago

If two parallel lines were extended forever they would never cross. The two lines of an equals sign = are parallel Perpendiclar lines are lines that cross each other at 90 degrees. A + sign is an example of two perpendicular lines.

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lines in the same plane that do not intersect each other, and always stay the same distance apart are Parallel lines and lines that intersect to form a right angle are Perpendicular lines