### Perpendicular-intersecting and parallel lines

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In your own words, explain the difference between intersecting and perpendicular lines. Can two lines exist that are not intersecting or parallel? Explain your answer.

Next, I want all of you to find an example of intersecting, perpendicular, and parallel lines from the "real world". You will explain each of the three examples and POST A PHOTO directly into the your message for each example (do not attach). It must be a photograph of real world object(s), i.e. not a textbook diagram (any with words) or hand-drawn picture. A gold-star if you can find any of these properties actually occurring in nature (not made-made or man-caused in any way).

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