# Parallel and Skew Lines

## Lines that never intersect.

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## Parallel and Skew Lines

This concept teaches students about parallel and skew lines.
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## Parallel or Not?

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## Parallel and Skew Lines Principles

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## Parallel and Skew Lines Examples

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## Parallel and Skew Lines Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Parallel and Skew Lines.
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## Short Circuits: How Parallel Circuits Work

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## Parallel And Skew Lines

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## Lines and Angles Study Guide

This study guide is an overview of notation and basic postulates/theorems for parallel and perpendicular lines.
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