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"Perpendicular" is a straight line at a 90 degree angle from a line it touches or intersects. There is no line "straighter" than a perpendicular line, that I know of.

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Line L is parallel to line n.

Line AB is perpendicular to BC. you can say this like; Line AB is at a right angle to BC

The foot of a perpendicular is the lowest part of the perpendicular [Kinda like the feet of people]||||_____^ This is the point where the foot of the perpendicular meets the line.

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

The symbol for perpendicular is a straight vertical line resting on a horizontal line just like a 'T' which is upside down.∟ or ┴

A horizontal line is perpendicular to a vertical line.

A line is perpendicular to another line when it is at an angle of 90° to the other line. + (that plus sign is an example of a perpendicular line)

A sole line can't be perpendicular. To be perpendicular, a line has to meet with another line, to form right angles on either side. Perpendicular is the exact opposite of parallel. Parallel: = Perpendicular: -|

A horizontal line is a line perpendicular to the vertical.

A line that makes a right angle

A line is perpendicular to a plane when it is perpendicular on two lines from the plane

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

A perpendicular line is one that is at right angle to another - usually to a horizontal line. A perpendicular bisector is a line which is perpendicular to the line segment joining two identified points and which divides that segment in two.

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.

intersecting lines are going on top of each other like this: + perpendicular lines go like this: X parallel lines go like this: =

perpendicular bisector

A perpendicular line is 90 degrees. Anything less or more is not perpendicular.

X: ------ Y: long line kinda like / but straighter

If the line has a slope of 2, then the perpendicular line has a slope of -1/2. The slope of a perpendicular line is the negative reciprocal. Another example would be if the slope of a line is -1/4, then the slope of the perpendicular is 4.

The perpendicular bisector of a line segment AB is the straight line perpendicular to AB through the midpoint of AB.

A straight line that intersects another straight line at 90 degrees

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.

It looks like a plus sign (+)

The line perpendicular to a barrier is called the normal.