Week 7 DQ 5 - Intersecting is when 2 lines meet at a...

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Week 7 Discussion Question: Intersecting and Perpendicular Lines Post to the Main Forum. Address the following: What is the difference between intersecting and perpendicular lines? Can two lines exist that are not intersecting or parallel? Explain your answer. _________________________________________________________________________________--
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Unformatted text preview: Intersecting is when 2 lines meet at a particular point. Perpendicular lines is a special type of intersection which forms a right angle (4 of them) and the particular where the 2 lines meet. A line CAN NOT exist if its not intersecting or parallel because then they can't go anywhere unless the lines are line segments....
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