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i need to write the word that describes the lines or line segments for the following:

1> the strings on guitar : parrallel
2. the marks left by a skidding car : parrallel

3> sidewalks on opposite sides of streets: parralel
4> the segments thta make up a + sign: interesecting

5 wires suspeneded between telephone poles: parallel

6> the hands of a clock at 9pm ; intersecting

7. the trunks of grown trees in a forest: intersetcing?

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  • geometry -

    4 and 6, I would lean to perpendicular.

    7. All trees grow upward here in Texas, so what is wrong with parallel?

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