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Q: What does perpendicular look like?

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They look like an upside-down "T".

It looks like a X.

A perpendicular bisector has a right angle or 90 degrees

Nothing. A perpendicular is an adjective, not a noun. A perpendicular, by itself, cannot exist. A perpendicular bisector, for example, does not have any sides.

Perpendicular lines look like two straight lines that meet or intersect at a 90-degree angle. The capital letter T is an example of what they might look like.

It looks like an upside-down "T".

it would look weird because that is not possible

As far as we know, two lines can be perpendicular, or they can be parallel, but they can't be both.

It looks like a plus sign (+)

home plate

It looks like an upside-down "T".

These lines are perpendicular: _|

it's a something

It is very close to perpendicular to its plane of rotation.

A line that makes a right angle

That is impossible because it can only have 1 perpendicular line so if it has 2 it wouldn't be a triangle.

A perpendicular line is two lines that look like a plus +. If they're not perpendicular, they don't cross with 90 degree angles.

They look like two intersecting lines that make four right angles. Like the two lines in this L.

They are straight lines that intersect each other at 90 degrees

Like __/ or \__. (in between a straight line and a right angle (perpendicular lines)

Vertical

Perpendicular lines are ones that make right angles when they meet. For instance the letters T H E and L are all made of perpendicular line segments.

Two lines are perpendicular when they cross at right angle like the corner of a piece of paper.

A perpendicular line is a straight line that intersects another straight line at right angles or 90 degrees on all four sides.