Q: How does parallel looks like?

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Parallel. looks like this: =

I think it is these: Parallel: Perpendicular: it looks like an upside down capital "T"

It looks like an isoceles triangle that has had its vertex cut off parallel to its base.

It looks like a skewed rectangle and has two pairs of parallel sides.

It looks like an isosceles triangle with its top cut off by a line parallel to its base.

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Parallel. looks like this: =

I think it is these: Parallel: Perpendicular: it looks like an upside down capital "T"

Looks like a parallelogram

It looks like an isoceles triangle that has had its vertex cut off parallel to its base.

parallelogram. it looks like: ____ /___/

It looks like a skewed rectangle and has two pairs of parallel sides.

It looks like an isosceles triangle with its top cut off by a line parallel to its base.

A quadrilateral with all opposite sides parallel. A common parallelogram looks like a slanted square.

No it has one. the top and bottom ones are parallel and the left and right intersect. no it looks like this: /____\ except with a line on top...

The letter is a capital U

A trapezoid... looks like a triangle that's had the top sliced off. The top and bottom sides are parallel, and the sides slope inwards from the bottom to the top.

A way to remember what a parallel lines looks like is that the word "parallel" has two "ls" in it. Ex: Para"ll"el. Parallel lines go side by side in the same direction like rail road tracks. Hope this helped. ;)