Q: What is formed by two real number lines that intersect at a right angle?

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When lines intersect, angle formed between them is Θ or 180-Θ.

When two lines intersect to form a 90o angle, they are said to be perpendicular.

Form right angles

When two line segments intersect, an angle is created. The degree of the angle depends on the positions of the two intersecting lines. The wider the space between the two intersecting lines, the larger number of degrees the angle encompasses.

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Angle

When lines intersect, angle formed between them is Θ or 180-Θ.

No; four angles are formed.

Lines that intersect at right angles.

Angle. Also, two lines which intersect at a point can define a plane.

Angles are formed when two lines intersect (depends on the way the lines intersect to determine what kind of angles they are). Since parallel lines do not intersect each other at all, there is no angle between them.

Coordinateplain

When two lines intersect to form a 90o angle, they are said to be perpendicular.

When two lines intersect to form a right angle they are called perpendicular.

It could be the horizontal x and the vertical y axes that intersect each other at right angles on the Cartesian plane at the point of origin which is (0, 0)