Q: What does intersecting line segment mean?

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perpendicular bisector

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A bisector.

no

a parallelogram does not have a line of symmery

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intersecting lines

an intersecting line segment is when two line segments cross together

perpendicular bisector

skew

A bisector.

One line segment is 180 degrees because it is a straight line. If you have 2 or more intersecting line segments, the degree of the angle will vary.

All bisectors intersect the line segment at the midpoint. There can be multiple bisectors, intersecting at the midpoint at different angles, but they all intersect the line segment at its midpoint. The midpoint separates the line segment into two equal halves.

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the parallel of latitude 23½ degrees south latitude marking the southern limit of Sun's vertical rays

A line segment is a line that has 2 endpoints and all the points in between

a parallelogram does not have a line of symmery