Parallel AsymptotesBy definition, any lines that are not parallel will intersect eventually. But to be...
By definition, any lines that are not parallel will intersect eventually. But to be parallel lines, both lines must have the same slope. However, consider this situation:
There is a exponential graph that is an asymptote on the y-axis and on the same graph there is a reflection across the y-axis of the first exponential curve.
Now, we know that since these lines are asymptotes they will never actually reach the y-axis (where they would intersect). But also, they do not have the same slope. So - my question is - are these lines parallel?