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you call intersecting lines that meet, just intersecting lines yolanda

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Intersecting lines must meet - otherwise they would not be intersecting lines! So the answer to this strange question is "intersecting lines".

Q: What do you call intersecting lines that meet?

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Either perpendicular lines if the lines create 90o angles or intersecting lines.

Non-perpendicular intersecting lines. There is no special name.

Intersecting Lines

Sometimes.Perpendicular lines always intersect.Parallel lines never intersect.Therefore, intersecting lines may be perpendicular, but not always.

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Perpendicular

Intersecting lines

No but parallel lines never meet

Two or more lines that meet at a point are called intersecting lines.

Lines intersect if the meet at one point. Perpendicular lines also meet at one point, but their intersection is a right angle. Intersecting lines in the plane do not meet at two points.

intersecting lines

Intersecting lines are lines that meet at a point. In other words lines that cross each other (like an X).

No, because although perpendicular and intersecting lines do touch, parallel lines never meet.

Intersection or Intersecting Lines

intersecting lines.

No. If the lines are parallel they will never meet or intersect at any point. If the lines are perpendicular they do intersect, but perpendicular lines are a special case of intersecting lines. Perpendicular lines are exactly 90 degrees from each other. Intersecting lines do not haveto be perpendicular... but perpendicular lines are always intersecting.

Yes, otherwise they wouldn't be intersecting.