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Through a point not on a line, one and only one line can be drawn parallel to the given line. never sometimes always
Through a point not on a line, one can always draw a line parallel to the given line.
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Through a point not on a line, one can always draw a line parallel to the given line.
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You can conclude that lines l and m are parallel by Alternate interior angles theorem.

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