Yes because the 4 corners of a square are perpendicular in that they meet at right angles and also the diagonals of a square are perpendicular
The segments of a square are perpendicular. Take the letter " T " for example. Where the bottom line connects the the top line forms a 90 degree angle, which makes them two lines perpendicular.
Sometimes, only if it is a square.
Yes, each line on a square is perpendicular to two other lines.
Yes as for example the diagonals of a square
A square and a rectangle have perpendicular and parallel lines. The two side lines extending upwards from the base line are perpendicular to the base line. The line extending from each of the side lines across the top is perpendicular to the side lines. The top line is also parallel to the base line, and the side lines are also parallel to each other.
A horizontal line is perpendicular to a vertical line.
A horizontal line is a line perpendicular to the vertical.
A line is perpendicular to another line when it is at an angle of 90° to the other line. + (that plus sign is an example of a perpendicular line)
The adjacent sides of a square are perpendicular.
A line is perpendicular to a plane when it is perpendicular on two lines from the plane