Q: When two lines intersect they form four angles the angle across from each other are?

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Lines that intersect at right angles.

No. Lines can intersect at any possible angle.

Perpendicular lines form right angles when they intersect each other.

Angles are formed when two lines intersect (depends on the way the lines intersect to determine what kind of angles they are). Since parallel lines do not intersect each other at all, there is no angle between them.

No; four angles are formed.

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Lines that intersect at right angles.

Perpendicular lines intersect each other at right angles

No. Lines can intersect at any possible angle.

The opposite angles are equal angles. The adjacent angles are supplementary (add to 180Â°)

Lines that intersect but do not form a right are just called intersecting lines. Perpendicular lines DO form a right angle when they intersect.

False because they intersect at right angles.

Perpendicular lines intersect each other at right angles.

Form right angles

Perpendicular lines form right angles when they intersect each other.

A right angle

No, intersecting lines can intersect at any angle.

Angles are formed when two lines intersect (depends on the way the lines intersect to determine what kind of angles they are). Since parallel lines do not intersect each other at all, there is no angle between them.