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A right angle.

One, two or four right angles, depending upon whether one or both line segments continue beyond the point of intersection.

A right angle.

A square has both parallel and perpendicular symmetry. It is composed of two sets of parallel lines that meet at perpendicular angles.

Right angles are formed by perpendicular lines. If the lines would extend, to make two intersecting lines.

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A right angle.

Right Angle

Perpendicular lines form right angles at their intersections.

Mutually perpendicular lines.

A right angle.

One, two or four right angles, depending upon whether one or both line segments continue beyond the point of intersection.

They are perpendicular lines that meet at right angles which is 90 degrees.

Perpendicular line segments intercept each other at 90 degrees which is a right angle.

A right angle.

A square has both parallel and perpendicular symmetry. It is composed of two sets of parallel lines that meet at perpendicular angles.

perpendicular. this means the intersection forms 4 right angles (90 degrees)

Right angles are formed by perpendicular lines. If the lines would extend, to make two intersecting lines.

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