Parallelism in Our Everyday World: Parallel Lines and Beyond
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Students broaden their outlook on geometry in their everyday environment. They explore the properties of parallel lines and parallelograms and discover ways to prove the existence of parallel lines and discuss the concept of parallel lines.
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