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27 August, 00:18

In a plane, line k is parallel to line l and line j is perpendicular to line l. what can you conclude about the relationship between lines j and k

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  1. 27 August, 01:16
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    Given that line K is parallel to line L and line J is perpendicular to line L, the relationship between like J and K is also perpendicularity. That is, if lines K and J also meets or intersects at a right angle (90 degrees), similar to how line J and L intersects, then they're said to be perpendicular.
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