**What makes a line straight?**

Parallel

**straight lines**have the same slope and are the same distance apart, so they will never intersect. Perpendicular

**straight lines**cross each other and form four perfect right angles in the process. Slanted or oblique

**straight lines**are just as they sound: they are

**straight lines**at an angle.

**Is straight lines important for JEE?**

**Straight Lines JEE**is the foundation of Coordinate Geometry. Coordinate Geometry is that part of

**JEE**Mathematics which almost covers 20% weightage of

**JEE**Advanced Mathematics Paper. This tells us how

**important Straight Lines JEE**is.

**What are straight lines in math?**

Equations of

**straight lines**are in the form y = mx + c (m and c are numbers). m is the gradient of the

**line**and c is the y-intercept (where the graph crosses the y-axis). ... The above graph has equation y = (4/3)x - 2 (which is the same as 3y + 6 = 4x).

**What is difference between line and straight line?**

A

**line**can be

**straight**or curved. The word

**line**usually means a

**straight line**. A

**straight line**is the shortest distance

**between**two points. A

**straight line**is the

**line**traced by a point moving

**in a**direction that does not change.

**What is line explain?**

**Line**(actually a straight

**line**), together with point, is a basic concept of elementary geometry. The idea of

**line**is an abstraction that distills our intuition that a straight

**line**is the shortest way between two points. ... The point of intersection lies on (or belongs to) both

**lines**. Parallel

**lines**have no common points.

**What is the 11th dimension?**

The

**11th dimension**is a characteristic of space-time that has been proposed as a possible answer to questions that arise in superstring theory. ... According to superstring theory, all of the elementary particles in the universe are composed of vibrating, one-

**dimensional**mathematical objects known as strings.

**Are straight lines curves?**

In mathematics, a

**curve**(also called a curved

**line**in older texts) is, generally speaking, an object similar to a

**line**but that need not be

**straight**. Thus, a

**curve**is a generalization of a

**line**, in that its curvature need not be zero.

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