Yes. Perpendicular lines are intersecting lines, but they have right angles.
It is an intersecting line because perpendicular lines intersect at 90 degrees
Intersecting lines may or may not be perpendicular. If the angle of intersection between two intersecting lines is 90 degrees, then the two lines are perpendicular. Otherwise, the lines are not perpendicular. For example: A | | | B ----|----- | | Here, the lines A and B are intersecting. The angle between A and B is 90 degrees. Therefore, line A and line B are perpendicular to each other.
They both cross paths. Intersecting lines can cross paths in any ways, but perpendicular lines have to cross at 90 degrees.
perpendicular lines are a special type of intersecting line that happen to intersect at 90 degree angles
intersecting lines are alike because perpendicular lines have to intersect to be perpendicular. 2: They are the same because they touch another line so they are the same.
A perpendicular line is a type of intersecting line that crosses the other line at a right angle.