standing on the floor Perpendicular is when a straight line is 90 degree to another line
"Perpendicular" is a straight line at a 90 degree angle from a line it touches or intersects. There is no line "straighter" than a perpendicular line, that I know of.
A perpendicular bisector goes through the median of the line while a perpendicular line can be anywhere on the line as long as it is at a 90 degree angle.
A perpendicular (not perpindicular!) line is at right angles.
Perpendicular line segments are line segments that intersect and make 90 degree angles.
Perpendicular lines or line segments intersect to form a right or 90 degree angle.
It is an intersecting line because perpendicular lines intersect at 90 degrees
A perpendicular line is formed when two lines intersect and form a 90 degree, or right, angle.
if one line is drawn at 90 degree angle to the other it is known as perpendicular
There's no such thing as one perpendicular line. "Perpendicular" tells the relationship between two lines, or between a line and a plane. Two lines are perpendicular if they form a 90-degree angle where they cross.
perpendicular lines are a special type of intersecting line that happen to intersect at 90 degree angles
A perpendicular line is two lines that look like a plus +. If they're not perpendicular, they don't cross with 90 degree angles.