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## What are the different types of lines and shapes?

Lines and curves are the basic building blocks of two-dimensional shapes like a house’s plan. Every line has length,thickness and direction. They are curved,horizontal,vetical,diagonal,zigzag,wavy,parallel,dashed and dotted lines.

## What are the parts of line?

Parts of a line are: line segment, ray, origin, and end points.

## What 2 features are part of a line graph?

Explanation: Line graphs consist of two axes: x-axis (horizontal) and y-axis (vertical), graphically denoted as (x,y). Each axis represents a different data type, and the points at which they intersect is (0,0). The x-axis is the independent axis as its values are not dependent on anything measured.

## What is a double line graph?

A double line graph is a line graph with two lines. A graph that compares two different subjects over a period of time. A double line graph shows how things change over a period of time.

## How do you title a double line graph?

Double-click the “Chart Title” text box on the graph. Highlight the text, and then type over it with your line graph’s title.

## What double line means?

Double white lines are used to inform drivers of a hazard and where a continuous solid white line is present, prohibit drivers from overtaking as it is too hazardous to do so. Double white lines also to separate opposing traffic flows on steep hills with climbing lanes.

## What do double white lines mean?

A double white line indicates that lane changes are prohibited. A single white line indicates that lane changes are discouraged. A dashed white line indicates that lane changes are allowed.

## Can I turn right across double white lines?

The NSW Roads and Maritime Services state that drivers are allowed to cross a single or double line if the driver wants to enter or leave a property “by the shortest route”.

## What is double yellow line?

A double yellow line is a painted marking separating two lanes of a road. It consists of two parallel, solid yellow lines, and its presence indicates a two-direction no-passing restriction or no passing zone, where traffic in both directions is strictly prohibited from crossing the line to pass other traffic.

## What’s the difference between a single yellow line and a double yellow line?

Single yellow lines mean you can’t wait there between certain hours. Double yellow lines mean you cannot wait there at all.

## Can you wait on a double yellow line?

Double yellow lines indicate a prohibition of waiting at any time even if there are no upright signs. You MUST NOT wait or park, or stop to set down and pick up passengers, on school entrance markings (see ‘Road markings’) when upright signs indicate a prohibition of stopping.

## When can you cross a double solid line?

B* Two sets of solid double yellow lines which are spaced two or more feet apart sometimes appear as a road marking. Such lines stand for a solid wall. Don’t drive on or over such a road marking. You may not make a left turn or a U-turn across it.

## Can you turn on a double solid line?

Two sets of solid double yellow lines spaced 2 feet or more apart are considered a barrier. Do not drive on or over this barrier, make a left turn, or a U-turn across it, except at designated openings (see diagram). Solid white lines mark traffic lanes going in the same direction, such as one-way streets.

## When should you avoid crossing a solid white line?

You should not drive to the right of the edge line. A dashed white line between lanes of traffic means that you may cross it to change lanes if it is safe. A solid white line between lanes of traffic means that you should stay in your lane unless a special situation requires you to change lanes.

## What does a solid white line at the side of the road?

Explanation: The continuous white line shows the edge of the carriageway. It can be especially useful when visibility is restricted, such as at night or in bad weather. It’s discontinued in some places; for example, at junctions, lay-bys, entrances or other openings.

2018-10-18