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"perpendicular"

They are perpendicular lines

The lines that cross at a 90 degree angle are called Perpindicular lines.

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The location two lines cross or intersect is called a vertex.

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A vertex is a corner or a point where lines meet. Those lines are called rays or segments.

Straight lines that never cross are called parallel lines.

Parallel lines are lines that never cross.

They are perpendicular lines

Two (the diagonals, from corner to opposite corner)

The lines that cross at a 90 degree angle are called Perpindicular lines.

On the 32" x 32" square draw two diagonal lines from corner to corner to form a cross. Where the two lines cross marks the centre of the big square.From this centre point, draw a horizontal line to the side perimeter of the big square. Then from the centre point draw a vertical line down to the bottom of the big square.You have now formed a 16" x 16" square inside the big square.

To find the centre of a square or rectangular board, draw a diagonal line from corner to corner. Repeat for the remaining two corners. Both lines will cross over at the centre of the board.

Two lines cross or intersect at a point.

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