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## How is AB is perpendicular to CD How many 90 and deg angles are formed by the intersection?

If AB is a perpendicular bisector of CD then four 90 degreee angles are formed. Subjects > Math > Geometry

## How is AB is perpendicular to CD How many 90 and deg angles are formed by the intersection?

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If AB is a perpendicular bisector of CD then four 90 degreee angles are formed.

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Being 'perpendicular' would require the lines to be at 'right angles' to each other... So, if working in a 2-dimensional setting, the joining of 3 perpendicular lines would not be possible. If working in a 3-dimensional setting, the answer would be 12. Four from the intersection of the 1st and 2nd lines, four from where the 3rd line intersects initially, and four from where the 3rd line leaves the intersection.

## Line that are perpendicular (intersect at 90 degrees) have slopes that are called what?

Answer (1 of 2): Perpendicular lines have slopes that “negative reciprocals” of each other. Given a line y = mx + b… the perpendicular will be y = (-1/m)x + c Remember: slope ‘m’ is the same as tan(θ) [θ is angle of the line with x-axis], and tan(θ + 90º) = -cot(θ) = -1 / tan(θ) Line that are perpendicular (intersect at 90 degrees) have slopes that are called what?

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I am not sure of what you are asking. If you mean to ask what is the relationship between the slopes of perpendicular lines, then

if a line has a slope of x, then its perpendicular has a slope of -1/x, that is, the perpendicular slope is the negative reciprocal of the original line.

If a line has a slope of 3, then the perpendicular slope is -1/3.

In the special case of a horizontal line, one parallel to the x axis, then its slope = 0, and its perpendicular, which is a vertical line parallel to the y axis, has

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Perpendicular lines have slopes that “negative reciprocals” of each other.

Given a line y = mx + b… the perpendicular will be y = (-1/m)x + c

Remember: slope ‘m’ is the same as tan(θ) [θ is angle of the line with x-axis], and tan(θ + 90º) = -cot(θ) = -1 / tan(θ)

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if a line has a slope of x, then its perpendicular has a slope of -1/x, that is, the perpendicular slope is the negative reciprocal of the original line.

If a line has a slope of 3, then the perpendicular slope is -1/3.

In the special case of a horizontal line, one parallel to the x axis, then its slope = 0, and its perpendicular, which is a vertical line parallel to the y axis, has no slope.

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Can one line be perpendicular to two other lines that intersect?

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