If a pair of parallel lines are rotated, the lines remain parallel only if rotated 360°. Is this statement true or false?
When anything is rotated by 360 degrees then the image produced is exactly the same as similar to the original object.
Answer: If we rotate a pair of parallel lines at any angle, the lines will still remain parallel.
Let's see how we will use the concept of rotation to find if the lines will remain parallel or not.
When we rotate any object, it turns the preimage of the object around an axis.
If we rotate a pair of parallel lines at any angle, the lines will still remain parallel. It's not necessary that at a rotation of 360°, the lines remain parallel.