Types of Lines
TYpes OF Line
Veiw Some Lines Detial
A diagonal line does not go straight up, down, or across. It is a line that connects two corners of a shape. In mathematics, “diagonal” has different meanings. For example, in geometry a diagonal is any line that goes between the corners of a polygon.
In mathematics, a spiral is a curve which emanates from a point, moving farther away as it revolves around the point.
A vertical line is one the goes straight up and down, parallel to the y-axis of the coordinate plane. All points on the line will have the same x-coordinate. … Any point on the vertical line satisfies the equation
A “curvy line”, “curved line” or just “curve” is a line which is not straight. In simple terms, it can be any line which is somewhat bent. Ideally, based on mathematics, a curve needs to be continuous and smooth.
A horizontal line is one the goes left-to-right, parallel to the x-axis of the coordinate plane. All points on the line will have the same y-coordinate.
In the figure above, drag either point and note that the line is horizontal when they both have the same y-coordinate
Perpendicular means “at right angles”.
A line meeting another at a right angle, or 90° is said to be perpendicular to it.
In the figure above, the line AB is perpendicular to the line DF.
If they met at some other angle we would say that AB meets DF ‘obliquely