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Q: Is a perpendicular bisector a type of concurrent line?

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A perpendicular bisector line depending on what type of triangle it is.

the perpendicular bisector

all vertical lines are parallel to waht type of line?

Perpendicular lines.

perpendicular lines are a special type of intersecting line that happen to intersect at 90 degree angles

That will depend on what type of triangle it is as for example if it is an isosceles triangle then it will form two congruent right angle triangles.

The definition of perpendicular lines also defines the angles -- perpendicular lines are two lines (or line segments) that meet at a 90 degree angle.

A perpendicular line is a type of intersecting line that crosses the other line at a right angle.

Th opposite reciprocal. So if one line has a slope of 2 then the other line will have a slope of -1/2

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It is not one, but they are two perpendicular lines.

no, not here you can only type on here but they're two lines that cross you can ask somebody around you

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