The line "x = 6" will be perpendicular to any line "y = C", where C is any constant. That means that the line which is perpendicular to "x=6" and passes through [-4, 5] will be "y = 5"
If a line has equation y = mx + c, the perpendicular line has gradient -1/m A line perpendicular to 3x + y = 2 has equation 3y = x + c; the value for c will be determined by a point through which the line must pass.
There is no name for it except "A line perpendicular to a line segment and passing through its midpoint".
The perpendicular postulate states that if there is a line, as well as a point that is not on the line, then there is exactly one line through the point that is perpendicular to the given line.
The perpendicular bisector of a line segment AB is the straight line perpendicular to AB through the midpoint of AB.
A perpendicular bisector goes through the median of the line while a perpendicular line can be anywhere on the line as long as it is at a 90 degree angle.
A perpendicular bisector is a line that cuts through another line at 90 degrees
A line that is perpendicular to the segment of a plane and passes through the midpoint.
The shortest path is a line perpendicular to the given line that passes through the given point.