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An line that is not perpindicular to the other line makes an acute or obtuse angle

Oblique lines are not parallel or perpendicular which would be lines that form acute or obtuse angles at the point of intersection.

Q: What lines form acute or obtuse angles at point of intersection?

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Intersecting Lines

Vertical equal opposite angles are formed when lines intersect each other.

all cogruent sides 2 acute angles 2 obtuse angles 2 sets of parallel lines the acute angles are 45 degrees the obtuse angles are135 degrees

intersecting lines * * * * * Non-perpendicular intersecting lines. Or else the angles would be right angles.

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Intersecting Lines

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Intersecting lines.

lines those of which contain points

Vertical equal opposite angles are formed when lines intersect each other.

Vertical equal opposite angles are formed when lines intersect each other.

Any pair or rays which are not mutually perpendicular.

It matters about how the lines intersect. If they intersect like this: +, then the point of intersection is called a perpendicular intersection. If the corners do not have right angles and the angles are obtuse and acute, then it is called intersecting lines. Glad to help!almost.

No its a obtuse line there are no acute lines in it

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Non-perpendicular intersecting lines.

Or right angles. Or, technically, straight angles as well