# Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Worksheets

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Hand over this set of worksheets on Parallel and Perpendicular Lines to your students for teaching them to identify, draw and determine parallel and perpendicular lines. In addition to this, the set also contains practice worksheets on determining whether two lines are parallel or perpendicular, using points, slopes and equations.

This set of free worksheets is specially designed for students of grade 4 through high school.

CCSS: 4.G

Determining if Parallel or Perpendicular

Familiarize students of grade 4 with parallel and perpendicular lines by first enabling them to differentiate between these two lines with this pdf worksheet.

Go through our printable worksheet that trains learners of grade 4 and grade 5 in drawing parallel lines using both a ruler and a grid. So, let's get going!

Our free worksheet on drawing perpendicular lines using a ruler and a grid will immensely benefit fourth grade and fifth grade children in drawing these lines that intersect at right angles with better accuracy.

This printable exercise aims to train students in using symbols to denote a parallel or perpendicular line, as they figure out the relationship between the pairs of lines, indicated by arrows in the given figures.

Identifying Lines in Everyday Objects

Concepts are cemented in the memory of a learner better when they see the practical application of it in the things around them. This worksheet achieves precisely this, by making students identify and mark parallel and perpendicular lines in objects that they see or use everyday.

Parallel or Perpendicular? | Points and Slopes

In this printable exercise, using points and slopes, students are expected to prove if the lines are parallel or perpendicular by calculating the slopes of the given lines using the appropriate formula.

Parallel or Perpendicular? | Equations and Slopes

With this PDF worksheet, students learn to rewrite the given equations to the form y = mx + b and figure out the slopes. If the slopes are equal, the lines are parallel, and if their product is -1, the lines are perpendicular.

Angles formed by Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal

Access our vast collection of worksheets on parallel lines cut by transversals to comprehend the properties of special angle pairs.