Q: What is the intersection of two segments?

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Do intersecting line segments compare the intersection of two adjacent walls to the floor

That the two segments are equal.

intersection.

In geometry, a corner refers to the point where two lines or line segments meet. It is the intersection point of two sides of a polygon or the meeting point of two edges of a polyhedron. A corner is also known as a vertex.

An intersection

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An intersection point.

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Do intersecting line segments compare the intersection of two adjacent walls to the floor

point of concurrency... or point of intersection

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One, two or four right angles, depending upon whether one or both line segments continue beyond the point of intersection.

A right angle.

the middle of two line segments crossed (should make four 90 degree angles.

A right angle.

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point of intersection

A circle is a continuous curve. A vertex is the intersection of two (or possibly more) line segments. A circle has no intersecting line segments. It is a curve, and does not have a vertex or vertices. None at all.