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Yes, but only if they are exactly vertical and exactly horizontal (90 degrees angular difference). For real-world examples, many vertical lines can be perpendicular to a single "horizontal" curved line at the points of intersection.

A horizontal line is a line perpendicular to the vertical.

Vertical motion is the motion that is perpendicular to the ground.

Vertical angles can be supplementary angles if the lines are perpendicular and then both of the vertical angles would be 90 digress.

It is its vertical perpendicular height

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Yes, but only if they are exactly vertical and exactly horizontal (90 degrees angular difference). For real-world examples, many vertical lines can be perpendicular to a single "horizontal" curved line at the points of intersection.

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A horizontal line is a line perpendicular to the vertical.

A horizontal line is perpendicular to a vertical line.

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Vertical motion is the motion that is perpendicular to the ground.

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Vertical angles can be supplementary angles if the lines are perpendicular and then both of the vertical angles would be 90 digress.

is motion that is perpendicular to the ground

It is its vertical perpendicular height

No. Up-down is vertical. Horizontal is perpendicular to vertical.

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