Q: What do you call two intersecting lines that meet at right angle?

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A line is orthogonal to another if it is at 90° to it. You can call lines that intersect at 90° orthogonallines.You can also say that the lines form a right angle.

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If they measure 90 degrees then they are perpendicular. Other than that they are just intersecting lines

i think its parallel but I'm not 100percent sure tho

No, it is called an intercept.

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A line is orthogonal to another if it is at 90° to it. You can call lines that intersect at 90° orthogonallines.You can also say that the lines form a right angle.

you call intersecting lines that meet, just intersecting lines yolanda

intersecting lines

Orthogonal. The lines form right angles in a 2-d plane.

They would be intersecting.

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If the question means, "What do you call the point where two lines cross?" The answer would be "intersection". Otherwise, I would call them 2 intersecting lines.

The lines that intersect to Form A right triangle are called Perpendicular Lines; the resulting meeting point of these two lines is called the vertex of the angle.

If they measure 90 degrees then they are perpendicular. Other than that they are just intersecting lines

Vertically opposite.

i think its parallel but I'm not 100percent sure tho

No, it is called an intercept.