**Question:**

Prove that two lines that are respectively perpendicular to two intersecting lines intersect each other.

**Solution:**

Given Let lines l and m are two intersecting lines. Again, let n and p be another two lines which are perpendicular to the intersecting lines meet at point D.

To prove Two lines n and p intersecting at a point.

Proof Suppose we consider lines n and p are not intersecting, then it means they are parallel to each other i.e., n || p …(i)

Since, lines n and pare perpendicular to m and l, respectively.

But from Eq. (i) n || p it implies that l || m.

Hence, it is a contradiction.

Thus, our assumption is wrong.

Therefore, lines n and p intersect at a point.