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Q: Point were two lines form an angle?

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It is important to know terminology when learning math. The Vertex is the point where two lines meet and form and angle.

a meeting point of two lines that form an angle; a corner.

Two lines that form a right angle at their point of intersection is called perpendicular lines.

Two perpendicular lines form right angles at their point of intersection.

It is an indicator that the angle formed at that point is a right angle (90 degrees).The small square at the crossing point of two perpendicular lines serves to indicate that the two lines indeed form an angle of 90 degrees.

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They form a vertex because they are line segments. An angle is two rays with the same point

When two lines meet to form an angle the lines are intersecting.

An angle is formed when two lines meet (or cross). The vertex is the point where the lines meet.An angle is formed when two lines meet (or cross). The vertex is the point where the lines meet.An angle is formed when two lines meet (or cross). The vertex is the point where the lines meet.An angle is formed when two lines meet (or cross). The vertex is the point where the lines meet.

intersecting lines; if they form a right angle, then they are perpendicular FARTS :)

When two lines intersect at a right angle, they are "perpendicular"

Yes when two lines share a common end point an angle is formed

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