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The points where the line segments that form a polygon meet (i.e., the corners) are called the vertices of the polygon. The singular form is vertex.

Concurrent lines or line segments occur when 3 or more lines meet at the same point

They form a vertex because they are line segments. An angle is two rays with the same point

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When two line segments meet at a point

The point where the two line segments meet

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intersecting lines, or line segments

An angle comprises two straight line segments or rays together with the point at which they meet.

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They are perpendicular line segments

The points where the line segments that form a polygon meet (i.e., the corners) are called the vertices of the polygon. The singular form is vertex.

Concurrent lines or line segments occur when 3 or more lines meet at the same point

A vertex is a point where two line segments or rays meet. For example: a triangle could have 3 possible vertexes, but many more points. The points are not only where two lines meet, but any where on that line, ray, or shape.