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Two perpendicular lines will meet in a right angle (90 degrees) if they exist on a flat plane.

When 2 straight lines intersect vertical opposite angles are equal and the 4 angles created add up to 360 degrees

It could be a stretched circle - a bit like an ellipse except that an ellipse does not have straight lines.

Parallel straight lines never intersect.

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It depends you want. For instance, if you were to draw the plus sign then all angles are 90 degrees. There are 2 lines of symmetry. Furthermore, there are 2 straight angles. To conclude there are many characteristics.

"right angle" is two lines that intersect at 90 degrees "acute angle" is when 2 lines meet at less than 90 degrees "obtuse angle" is when lines meet at an angle more than 90 degrees , a straight angle is when 2 lines meet at exactly 180 degrees.

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Two perpendicular lines will meet in a right angle (90 degrees) if they exist on a flat plane.

Use a protractor or construct 2 perpendicular lines with a compass and a straight edge

A shape with 4 straight lines in which there are 2 parallel and 2 unparallel lines is called a Trapezium.

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