Q: What means perpendicular?

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Perpendicular means that two lines intersect like an X but its just perpendicular

Perpendicular means "at right angles to". L is an example of two lines that are perpendicular to one another.

A circle can have perpendicular bisector lines by means of its diameter.

perpendicular means 'at 90 degrees to' for example a 'T'

It means that two lines intersect each other at a ninety degree angle.

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Perpendicular means that two lines intersect like an X but its just perpendicular

Perpendicular means "at right angles to". L is an example of two lines that are perpendicular to one another.

They are Perpendicular - means "at right angles to"

A circle can have perpendicular bisector lines by means of its diameter.

perpendicular means 'at 90 degrees to' for example a 'T'

No sides perpendicular means no right angles. A rhombus is a quadrilateral with no right angles so no sides perpendicular.

"Adjacent" means next to each other. "Perpendicular" means at an angle of 90 degrees. Rectangles (this includes squares) have adjacent perpendicular sides. So do right triangles.

It means that two lines intersect each other at a ninety degree angle.

No, perpendicular means intersecting or forming right angles.

Perpendicular means meeting at a right angle. A right triangle has 2 sides that are perpendicular, so it has 1 pair of sides that are perpendicular They are known as the "legs" of the right triangle.

false ... perpendicular means at 90 degrees. therefore it is not possible

Yes it does. Do you even know what perpendicular means? It means that two sides can keep going but never touch. If you look at a prism depending on what prism it is it should have at least one pair of perpendicular sides.