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In this context, there is no such thing as "infinity" and parallel lines do not meet.
However, you can construct other forms of geometry, socalled nonEuclidean geometries. For example, you can take the usual points of the plane and attach to them an additional point called "infinity" and consider all lines to also include this additional point. In this context, there is a single "infinity" location where all lines meet. In a geometry like this, all lines intersect at infinity, in addition to any finite point where they might happen to meet.
Or, you could attach not just one additional point, but a whole collection of additional points, one for each direction. Then you can consider two parallel lines to meet at the extra point corresponding to their common direction, whereas two nonparellel lines do not intersect at infinity but intersect only at the usual finite intersection point. This is called projective geometry, and is described in more detail in the answer to another question.
In summary, then: in usual geometry, parallel lines do not meet. There is no such thing as infinity, and it is wrong to say that parallel lines meet at infinity.
However, you can construct other geometric systems, whose "points" include not only the points of familiar geometry (describable as coordinate pairs (x,y)), but also other objects. These other objects can be constructed in various ways, as described in the discussion of projective geometry. In these other geometric systems, parallel lines may meet at a "point at infinity". Whether this is one single point or different points for different classes of parallel lines, depends on the particular geometric system you are considering.
it means that there are situations and definitions in wich parallel lines meet in infinity. even though in normal language and the lower mathematics thats not true.
its true
will i ever give you a million dollars?
no
even if youll try forever
first because i dont have million dollars, but still you wouldn't get them
Parabola makes a U
First example, how I'd see /b/ the moment I first go to the page
(censored tits because it's all about the children)
There's more settings, but I won't bother with those.