A perpendicular line is two lines that look like a plus +. If they're not perpendicular, they don't cross with 90 degree angles.
Two lines are perpendicular when they cross at right angle like the corner of a piece of paper.
A line is perpendicular to a plane when it is perpendicular on two lines from the plane
Yes. Take a look at the corner of your room, where two walls meet the floor.
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.
Perpendicular lines are ones that make right angles when they meet. For instance the letters T H E and L are all made of perpendicular line segments.
whatto line segments intersect but are not perpendicular
Perpendicular is when two lines cross and form a right angle, which I hope you know what that is.
There's no such thing as one perpendicular line. "Perpendicular" tells the relationship between two lines, or between a line and a plane. Two lines are perpendicular if they form a 90-degree angle where they cross.
As far as we know, two lines can be perpendicular, or they can be parallel, but they can't be both.
No. It's impossible. There's a corollary that states: If two lines are perpendicular to the same line, then the two lines are parallel.
False. Two lines perpendicular to the same line are parallel to each other.