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**equidistant**from the original point. Then, draw marks below the line, by placing the stylus on the points of intersection. Draw a line from where these two meet to the original point (the red arrow marks this)

Parallel line segments is the description you should be talking about.

Any math teacher will tell you a line goes to + and - infinity.

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Even Einstein speaks to infinity ;

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity;

and I'm not sure about the the universe."

And further so, as a Electronic Engineer and Scientist I use "i" which is the representation of the square root of minus one (-1)^{½}...That is an

imaginarynumber used in Real-World electrical solutions.You are polite and young man of 14 still to go through a lot

of matriculation, Allow me to suggest a modicum of open

mindedness about our Wonderful World and high level concepts.

Do you know there are more scientific papers of note being produced

and published then any one person can review in a lifetime.

Infinity is a fun target after a googleplexing some numbers.

I am still liking your very clear, succinct and correct definition of parallel lines,

better then I remember in my geometry class ages ago.