Q: What figure is formed when two line segments meet?

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polygons

The definition of perpendicular lines also defines the angles -- perpendicular lines are two lines (or line segments) that meet at a 90 degree angle.

They are equal line segments that meet at an angle of 135°.

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polygons

It is formed at a vertex when two line segments meet each other

They are perpendicular line segments

A simple closed figure formed by line segments joined together. The point where the sides meet is called the vertex (vertices, plural). A regular polygon is formed when all the sides are equal. Polygons are named by the number of sides and angles they contain.

there where a polygon meet that 2 segments is called ''vertex''

Line

The definition of perpendicular lines also defines the angles -- perpendicular lines are two lines (or line segments) that meet at a 90 degree angle.

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.