Explain basic concepts of parallel lines, Mathematics

Explain Basic Concepts of Parallel Lines ?

Parallel lines are defined in section 1.2 and we use "//" to denote it. From the definition, we can get the following two consequences by observation.

1. Parts (segments or rays) of parallel lines are parallel.

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2. Extensions of parallel segments or rays are parallel.

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Definition 1

A transversal is a line that intersects two coplanar lines at two distinct points. The region between the two lines is the interior of the figure. The rest of the plane is the exterior.

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Example 1

In this figure, which line is an transversal, which region is interior and which one is exterior?
Answer Line n is a transversal regious a, c, e, and f are exterior regions b and d are interior

Definition 2

The distance between two parallel lines is the distance from any point on one line to the other line.

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