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Q: The point where two lines meet to form an angle?

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Lines don't have endpoints, they extend indefinitely. Two line segments with a common endpoint form an angle.

90 degrees

Intersecting, perpendicular.

An intersecting line

Perpendicular is mostly used to describe Shapes and their properties. It means when two lines meet up at a 90 degrees right angle. It might be an X or a T when you look at it. Like the example shown below:------------------------------------lllllSo that isn't a good drawing, but it does show you the meaning of perpendicular!

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An angle is formed when two lines meet (or cross). The vertex is the point where the lines meet.An angle is formed when two lines meet (or cross). The vertex is the point where the lines meet.An angle is formed when two lines meet (or cross). The vertex is the point where the lines meet.An angle is formed when two lines meet (or cross). The vertex is the point where the lines meet.

That's the "vertex" of the angle.

vertex

vertex

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

When two lines meet to form an angle the lines are intersecting.

They are perpendicular lines that meet to form right angles

Vertices is a plural for vertex.A vertex is a point in 2-dimensional space where two lines meet to form a plane angle or, in 3D, a point where three or more planes meet to form a solid angle.

Perpendicular lines.

The point where the two lines meet.

Perpendicular lines are lines that meet to form a right angle.

lines that meet to form a right angle are called? I believe this line is known as a perpendicular line :)

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