Q: Lines forming a right angle

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Vertical angles can be acute, right (if the intersecting lines forming them are perpendicular) or obtuse.

A right angle has no parallel lines, but it does have perpendicular lines that meet at right angles.

When lines met or cross at a right angle are perpendicular lines.

Yes. If it is a right triangle, the angle opposite the hypotenuse will be right, 90o, therefore if the lines forming the angle were to continue, they would be perpendicular. What's the question?

Lines that intersect at right angles.

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lines that connect forming a right angle

They are perpendicular to each other

Vertical angles can be acute, right (if the intersecting lines forming them are perpendicular) or obtuse.

A meridian of longitude and a parallel of latitude are perpendicular at their intersection, forming a right angle.

A right angle has no parallel lines, but it does have perpendicular lines that meet at right angles.

When lines met or cross at a right angle are perpendicular lines.

Intersecting lines that form a right angle are perpendicular lines.

Yes. If it is a right triangle, the angle opposite the hypotenuse will be right, 90o, therefore if the lines forming the angle were to continue, they would be perpendicular. What's the question?

perpendicular lines always form a right angle

Lines that intersect at right angles.

Two lines that meet at a right angle are called perpendicular.Two lines that meet at a right angle are also called normal.Two lines that meet at a right angle are also called orthogonal.

a quadrilateral where each angle is a right angle