When two lines are placed on a plane in same distance without
intersection is called as parallel line. The term parallel in math can
be represented as ||. For example line XY || to line AB. The statement
states that the line XY is parallel to the line AB. The line XY are
parallel to the line AB, if they don’t have any common point or center
point.

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## How do parallel lines form:

**How do parallel lines form:**

The parallel lines are never cross each other. When two lines are
placed on a plane in same distance without intersection is called as
parallel line. The following rules are used to form the parallel lines.

**Step 1:**

The line AB is drew in the paper or board.

**Step 2:**

The point P is blotted in the space of plane (other than the line).

**Step 3**

The next line is drowned through the point P. The new line makes an
angle to the line AB. Blot the intersection point as Q in the line AB on
the plane.

**Step 4:**

Draw an arc from the point Q. Among the help of compass sketch an arc
width as regards half PQ. This arc must cut cross or intersect the line
AB and P.

**Step 5:**

Acquire the same measurement (similar compass width) and blot an arc in the line P from the point P.

**Step 6:**

Put the compass width to the lower arc.

**Step 7:**

Shift the compass to the upper arc. Create off an arc to make a point R.

**Step 8:**

Draw a straight line. The straight lime must travel through the line PR.

Now the line RP is parallel to the line AB.

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## Properties of Parallel Lines:

**Properties of parallel lines:**

- The parallel lines will be in the same planes.
- Parallel lines are never crossed.
- The parallel lines are moved in same distance in the whole plane.