Perpendicular lines always intersect and make 90 degree angles. Parallel lines never intersect with each other.
perpendicular lines intersect each other at 90 degrees whereas parallel lines never intersect each other and remain equal distance apart from each other. Obviously the way to test if two lines are parallel is to measure their distance from each other at at least two points (the farther apart the better) to confirm that they remain equal distance apart, but to test if lines are perpendicular, with a compass with the point at the point where the two lines intersect, draw an arc (or three parts of an arc) that intersects one of the lines in two places and the other line in one place. If the distances between the lines at the points where they are intersected by the arc are equal, the lines are perpendicular.
Perpendicular lines form right angles when they intersect.
Perpendicular lines are any two lines that intersect at a 90 degree angle.
Perpendicular lines are lines that always intersect either at just one point, two points or several more.
Yes, but only if they are mutually coincident.
they can't intersect at any poit
Perpendicular lines intersect at 90 degrees.
No, just one point.
Perpendicular lines intersect at right angles to each other.
Perpendicular lines intersect.
If two lines intersect at right angles then they are perpendicular!
Perpendicular lines intersect to form right angles.
Any two intersecting lines (including perpendicular lines) will intersect at a single point.
No, perpendicular lines intersect eachother at 90 degree angles. Parallel lines never intersect. So perpendicular lines will never be parallel.
Lines that intersect at 90 degrees are perpendicular lines