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Q: What kind of angle is created by the intersection of two perpendicular lines ray or line segments?

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They are perpendicular line segments

No, a pentagon is not perpendicular. The word perpendicular describes two lines (or line segments) that meet at a 90o angle.

Perpendicular lines intersect and form a right angle. The lines on a square are perpendicular to each line that it touches.

A rectangle has four 90º (right) angles. A right angle makes lines or line segments perpendicular to each other.

Two lines that form a right angle at their point of intersection is called perpendicular lines.

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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" triangle, so called because it contains a "right angle".

A right angle.

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Right angles of 90 degrees are created when perpendicular lines intersect each other.

if the triangle is a right angle it has 2 perpendicular line segments.

A right angle.

Perpendicular lines or line segments intersect to form a right or 90 degree angle.

Two lines or segments that form a right angle are said to be perpendicular.

It is a perpendicular line that forms a right angle at the point of intersection.

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