These worksheets will give your students a review in working with parallel and perpendicular lines.

#### What are Parallel, Perpendicular, and Intersecting Lines? In geometry, there are three different types of lines, namely, parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting. Parallel - Lines that move in their specific direction without ever intersecting or meeting each other at a point are known parallel. As they never meet or intersect, the distance between also remains the same. Some real-life examples of parallel lines are the railway tracks. Have you seen how the railway tracks run on the ground? They are quite apart from each other and seem like they never meet. The rails of the track extend individually without meeting each other, and the distance between them is also unchanged. Another example is the edges of a writing pad or note book. Perpendicular - They meet each other at a certain point and form a right angle are known as the perpendicular. Some real-life examples of perpendicular lines include the tiles meeting each other at a right angle. You must have seen how a pizza is sliced, right? They are cut in lines from the middle, and sideways. Notice how at the center, they meet? Any arrangement that allows two lines to be set at 90 degrees are examples of being perpendicular. Intersecting - They seem to cross each other or meet at a point when extended to some length are known as the intersecting. The point where these they meet is known as the intersection point. For example, pizza slices!

We will work on identifying and making sense of line pair classification. Parallel lines are two lines that are always the same exact distance apart and never touch each other. The construction of the walls in your home were created with some parallels. Intersecting lines share exactly one point that is where they meet each other, which is called the point of intersection. Perpendicular lines meet at a right angle. We will explore each of these qualities of lines over this chest of worksheets. These worksheets explain how to classify and construct parallel and perpendicular lines. Students will calculate angles, determine if lines are intersecting, perpendicular, or parallel, identify angles, and more.

# Print Parallel, Intersecting, and Perpendicular Lines Worksheets

## Angles with Parallel Lines Lesson

This worksheet explains how to determine how many degrees are in the angle of a parallelogram. A sample problem is solved, and two practice problems are provided.

## Practice

Example problem: Angles B and C are angles on the same side of transversal, what are the other angles opposite to the B and C and are on the same side of the transversal?

## Angles with Parallel Lines Review

Students review how to find the measure of an angle in a parallelogram. A sample problem is solved.

## Practice the Skill

Students will find the measure of angles in parallelograms. Six problems are provided.

## My Quiz

Students will demonstrate their proficiency in finding the measure of angles in parallelograms.

## Parallel Check

Parallel never cross. Perpendicular ross to form right angles. Name the following parallel or perpendicular.

## Parallel or Perpendicular Worksheet

Students will determine whether the given lines are parallel or perpendicular.

## How Many Angles? Lesson

Here there are two parallel lines 'n' and 'o' and another line 'm' intersecting the two lines. The line 'm' is called the transversal.

## Lines and Angles Worksheet

Students will find the measure of the indicated angles.

## Skills Practice

Students will classify the given angles in each picture.

Students will find the indicated angles in each picture without measuring. Eight problems are provided.

## Warm Up

Students will answer questions about the lines and angles. Three problems are provided.

## Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Lesson

This worksheet explains how to determine if two lines represented by equations are parallel or perpendicular. A sample problem is solved.

## Lesson and Practice

This worksheets explains how to find a perpendicular to the given line. A sample problem is solved, and two practice problems are provided.

## More to Learn Worksheet

Students will write the equation of the line that satisfies the given requirements.

## Parallel and Perpendicular Practice

Students will determine if the lines represented by each pair of equations are parallel or perpendicular.

## Worksheet Drill

Given a pair of equations, students will determine if the represented lines are parallel or perpendicular. Eight problems are provided.

## Class Warm Up

Students will answer questions about perpendicular measures using a graph as a visual aid. Eight problems are provided.

## Skills Check

Students will find the linear equations as described. Three problems are provided.

## Parallel, Perpendicular, and Intersecting Lesson

This worksheet explains how to differentiate between parallel and intersecting lines. A sample problem is solved, and two practice problems are provided.

## Worksheet

Students will label the measures as parallel, perpendicular, or intersecting.

## More Practice

Given pairs of lines, students will determine if they are parallel, perpendicular, or intersecting.

## Parallel, Perpendicular, and Intersecting Review

Students review how to differentiate between parallel, perpendicular, or intersecting. A sample problem is solved.

## Practice the Skill

Students are given six pairs of lines. For each, they will label them as parallel, perpendicular, or intersecting.

## Quiz

Students will demonstrate their proficiency differentiating between different classifications.

## Skills Check

Students will label the measures that are presented to them. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.

## Relationships Between Lines Worksheet

Students will determine the nature of the relationship that is present.

## Between Lines Practice

How are these related? Let us know with this worksheet.

## Drill

More practice with classifying these guys.

## Relationships Between Lines Skills Check

What are all my skills that I need to have?

## Independent Study

Students will identify more relationships.

## Classifying Two Lines Lesson

Here the two lines PO and MN are not only meeting at a common point but they are meeting at a right angle that is the angle formed at the lines' intersection is 90°. This means that the lines are perpendicular.

## Lesson and Practice

We work you through ten problems that all fall into the same thing we have been working on.

## My Lines Worksheet

See how well you know what parallel, perpendicular, and intersecting mean.

## Practice Worksheet

For each set of lines, figure out how they are related to one another and label them.

## Classifying Lines Drill

How are the given lines related to one another? Normal answers include: parallel, perpendicular, or intersecting. Eight problems are provided.

## Missing Angles Warm Up

Use your knowledge of line relationships to find missing angles.

## Angles and Parallels Lesson

This worksheet explains how to find a given angle between a parallel line and a line that intersects it. A sample problem is solved, and two practice problems are provided.

## Worksheet

Students will find a given angle between a parallel and the angles it creates.

## Practice Worksheet

Given parallel lines and the line that intersects them, students will find the indicated angles.

## Review and Practice

Students review how to find the measure of an angle between parallel lines and what intersects them. A sample problem is solved and six problems are provided

## Quiz

Students will demonstrate their proficiency finding the measure of an angle between parallels and the angles they create.

## Skills Check

Students will find the measure of an angle between parallel lines and the line that intersects them. Three problems are provided, and space is included for students to copy the correct answer when given.

## Constructing Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Lesson

This worksheet explains how construct a perpendicular line. A sample problem is solved.

## Lesson and Practice

This worksheet explains how to construct a perpendicular or perpendicular line through a given point on a line. A sample problem is solved, and two practice problems are provided.

## Constructing Worksheet

Students will construct parallel or perpendicular lines.

## Constructing Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Drill

Students will follow directions to construct parallel or perpendicular lines. Eight problems are provided.

## Warm Up

Students will create a pair of parallel or perpendicular lines. Three problems are provided.