Q: What are two lines that are perpendicular that passes through point?

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The shortest path is a line perpendicular to the given line that passes through the given point.

A perpendicular to the line which passes through the given point.

A bisector is a line (or line segment) which passes through the midpoint. You can have multiple lines intersect at this one point, and all of them will bisect the original line segment, since they pass through its midpoint. A perpendicular bisector passes through the midpoint, and also is perpendicular to the original line segment, so there will be only one of those.

Perpendicular lines will only share one point: the point of intersection, where the two lines meet.

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The shortest path is a line perpendicular to the given line that passes through the given point.

A perpendicular to the line which passes through the given point.

A bisector is a line (or line segment) which passes through the midpoint. You can have multiple lines intersect at this one point, and all of them will bisect the original line segment, since they pass through its midpoint. A perpendicular bisector passes through the midpoint, and also is perpendicular to the original line segment, so there will be only one of those.

These are called perpendicular lines.

That would depend on its slope which has not been given.

Given a straight line joining the points A and B, the perpendicular bisector is a straight line that passes through the mid-point of AB and is perpendicular to AB.

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When two lines intersect at a right angle, they are "perpendicular"

Perpendicular lines will only share one point: the point of intersection, where the two lines meet.

A Star has 0 perpendicular lines!

The only difference between perpendicular lines and intersecting lines is that perpendicular lines create a right angle at the point of intersection.

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