Perpendicular lines

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Perpendicular lines are lines which intersect to form four 90o angles.[1] In Euclid's Elements, they were defined as lines which intersect to form one right angle,[2] and they were proven to form four via the Perpendicular Lines Theorem.


  1. Merriam-Webster's Third International Dictionary.
  2. Euclid. The Elements. Book I.