Two Lines That Do Not Lie in the Same Plane and Do Not Intersect?

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Two lines that lie on the same plane but do not intersect are known as parallel lines. These lines will always run side by side. They will never cross no matter how far they go.
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Parallel Lines are lines that never
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Intersecting lines. The opposite of skew lines.
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If the two lines intersect, then they have a point in common. In other words, there exists a point on the plane that is in the solution set for the equations of both lines. Algebraically
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