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    Locus Theorem 2: (line)

    The locus of points at a fixed distance, d, from a line, l, is a pair of parallel lines d distance from l and on either side of l.

    The book tells me that all three of these lines are parallel.

    Please explain this theorem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by magentarita View Post
    The locus of points at a fixed distance, d, from a line, l, is a pair of parallel lines d distance from l and on either side of l.

    The book tells me that all three of these lines are parallel.

    Please explain this theorem.
    Please see diagram.

    Did you get it now???
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    yes.........

    Quote Originally Posted by Shyam View Post
    Please see diagram.

    Did you get it now???
    Yes, keep the diagrams coming.
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