I am not sure about the specifics of the test, but the word perpendicular means "at 90 degrees to"
Perpendicular means 'at right angles to'.
This usually refers to a light ray that hits a surface at 90 degrees, or perpendicular. In physical science the word "normal" is often used to mean perpendicular.
there are 5 syllables in the word "perpendicular" per-pen-di-cu-lar
The girl is perpendicular
The word perpendicular mean 2 lines that intersect each other in such a way that the angle between them is 90 degress...=consider the letter ' L ' the vertical line is perpendicular to the horizontal line. because it is making an angle of 90 degree..=
this situation is very perpendicular
The component of the force exerted by a surface perpendicular to itself.
A flag pole is perpendicular to the ground.
The hexagon haded 6 perpendicular lines.
There's no base word.
No, a pentagon is not perpendicular. The word perpendicular describes two lines (or line segments) that meet at a 90o angle.
Perpendicular means that two lines intersect like an X but its just perpendicular
Perpendicular lines may form a "tee" or a "cross"
In this context ... referring to directions at a surface ... the word "normal" doesn't mean 'usual' or 'typical'. It means the direction perpendicular to the surface. Knowing this strange (abnormal) use of the word should clear up the confusion.
two lines that intersect at 90 degrees are perpendicular ex +
Crossord puzzlers, unite! The word is "abeam."
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Line AB is perpendicular to BC. you can say this like; Line AB is at a right angle to BC
The perpendicular line should be at ninety degrees in order to make a right triangle.
Perpendicular lines are two lines that intersect to form four right angles.