Posted by **BWB** on Sunday, May 9, 2010 at 11:32pm.

The question is a true and false.

Two concurrent lines can never be perpendicular.

Concurrent lines I thought were three or more lines that intersected at the same point. I think this is true because a perpendicular line has to intersect at a point that makes the angle ninety degrees.

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