What are Perpendicular Planes? Definition and Examples


What are perpendicular planes? Perpendicular planes are planes that intersect, meet or cross at right angles. In the figure below, the blue plane intersects the green plane at a right angle. 

Perpendicular planes

Notice that the intersection of the planes is the red line and the right angle is shown in black.

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