Q: What is it when there is two slopes of the roof meet?

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That is a hip roof.

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The slopes are negative reciprocals.

You have to know the slopes of both lines. -- Take the two slopes. -- The lines are perpendicular if (one slope) = -1/(the other slope), or the product of the slopes equals to -1.

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If the gable is formed by the two slopes and a horizontal line, it is called a gable roof.

A roof with two slopes and gables at each end is commonly referred to as simply, a gable roof.

That is a hip roof.

A gable is a roof form where two oppositely sloping roof planes meet at a ridge, and the wall below and at right angles to both these roofs continues up to the ridgeline, forming a triangle of wall between the two roof slopes.

A roof with two distinct slopes. Usually the upper part of the roof has a shallow pitch (slope) and the part near the wall is steep. A roof with two distinct slopes. Usually the upper part of the roof has a shallow pitch (slope) and the part near the wall is steep.

A roof with only two sloping surfaces and gables at each end is called a gable roof.

A gambrell roof is a gabeld roof with double slopes on each side. The lower slopes have steeper pitches than the upper upper slopes.

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Which gently slopes from roof peak to eaves helps to combat bittrer winter winds

Concave roof is a roof in the form of a dome or circular shape. A concave roof is one which slopes downward toward the center. You can remember this by thinking the roof is "cave"-ing in.

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