- What is parallel structure example?
- When should you use parallel structure?
- How do you fix a parallel structure?
- How do you use parallel in a sentence?
- How do you use parallel?
- What is the difference between parallel and equal?
- Does congruent mean parallel?
- How do you know if two lines are equal?
- When two lines are parallel what is the solution?
- What is it called when 2 lines are the same?
- How do you know if slopes are parallel?
- How do you know if triangles are parallel?
- What do parallel lines on a graph mean?
- How do you do graphs in math?
- How do you plot a line?

## What is parallel structure example?

**Parallel structure** refers to same word pattern within a sentence by repeating a chosen grammatical form. … A **parallel structure** can be constructed in word, phrase or clause level in different sentences. **Example**: Not **Parallel**: Ryan likes swimming (noun), hiking (noun), and to ride a motorcycle (phrase).

## When should you use parallel structure?

**Parallel structure** means **using** the same pattern of words **to** show that two or more ideas have the same level of importance….**Parallel structure should** be **used** when **we**‘re writing:

- Lists.
- Infinitives.
- Words ending with “-ing”
- Coordinating conjunctions in a
**sentence**. - Multiple clauses in a
**sentence**or paragraph.

## How do you fix a parallel structure?

To **fix** an error in **parallel structure**, the writer must put all the words or phrases in a series in the same form.

## How do you use parallel in a sentence?

Examples of **parallel in a Sentence** There are many parallels between the stories. Most of the United States is south of the 49th **parallel**. Verb Their test results **parallel** our own. Rising prices **parallel** increasing fuel costs.

## How do you use parallel?

**Examples of ‘in parallel‘ in a sentence**

**in**

**parallel**- His writing career blossomed in
**parallel**to his acting. Times, Sunday Times (2009) - His rowing and engineering careers progressed in
**parallel**. - Because of our age difference, it did feel like we existed in
**parallel**universes a lot of the time.

## What is the difference between parallel and equal?

The **difference between equal** lines and **parallel** lines is that **equal** lines consist of precisely the same points, whereas **parallel** lines have no points in common. Line are not numbers. They can’t be **equal**.

## Does congruent mean parallel?

If two **parallel** lines are cut by a transversal, then corresponding angles are **congruent**. If two lines are cut by a transversal and corresponding angles are **congruent**, then the lines are **parallel**.

## How do you know if two lines are equal?

**When** the coefficients of **two** straight **lines** are proportional they are called **identical** straight **lines**. **If** (i) and (ii) represent the **equations** of the same straight **line** then their slopes are **equal**. Again, the y-intercepts of **lines** (i) and (ii) are also **equal**.

## When two lines are parallel what is the solution?

**Lines** in a plane that are **parallel**, do not intersect. **Two lines are parallel** if they have the same slope, or if they are vertical. If **two parallel lines** form a system, there are no **solutions** to the system. If **lines** intersect, the **lines** cross in one point.

## What is it called when 2 lines are the same?

**Two lines**, both in the **same** plane, that never intersect are **called** parallel **lines**. Parallel **lines** remain the **same** distance apart at all times.

## How do you know if slopes are parallel?

Note that two lines are **parallel if** their **slopes** are equal and they have different y-intercepts. In other words, perpendicular **slopes** are negative reciprocals of each other.

## How do you know if triangles are parallel?

**If** a **line parallel** to one side of a **triangle** intersects the other two sides of the **triangle**, then the **line** divides these two sides proportionally. **If** ¯DE∥¯BC , then ADDB=AEEC .

## What do parallel lines on a graph mean?

**Lines** that are **parallel** to each other will never intersect. For example, the figure below shows the **graphs** of various **lines** with the same **slope**, m=2 . **Parallel lines** have slopes that are the same. All of the **lines** shown in the **graph** are **parallel** because they have the same **slope** and different y-intercepts.

## How do you do graphs in math?

**To graph a linear equation, we can use the slope and y-intercept.**

- Locate the y-intercept on the
**graph**and plot the point. - From this point, use the slope to find a second point and plot it.
- Draw the line that connects the two points.

## How do you plot a line?

To create a **line plot**, first create a number **line** that includes all the values in the data set. Next, place an X (or dot) above each data value on the number **line**. If a value occurs more than once in a data set, place an Xs over that number for each time it occurs.