Is two lines connected by their perpendicular is parallel?

Parallel lines run in the same direction. If they are
intersected by one line and that line is perpendicular to both,
then it proves that the lines run parallel to each other.

Perpendicular is when two lines cross... Parallel is when two lines never meet.... _____________ _____________ = PARALLEL LINES If they cross they are perpendicular, if they don't, they are parallel.

Two lines are parallel if and only if they have the same slope. Two lines are perpendicular if the product of their slopes is -1. If neither of these conditions are met, the lines are nether parallel, or perpendicular.

since one parallel lines is perpendicular to another line, the other parallel line is perpendicular to the line as well. so the two would not be parallel, only the original two.

Railroad tracks or the number 11 are parallel lines. A cross or a small t are perpendicular lines. Also the two ll's in the middle of parallel are parallel lines.

The question is baffling. They're not different. Perpendicular lines must be intersecting lines. The only lines that are not intersecting lines are parallel lines. If two lines are not parallel, then they must intersect, and they can be perpendicular or not.