Oblique Line Segment?

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An oblique line segment is any line segment that is not vertical or horizontal, parallel or perpendicular. They are lines, segments, or rays that intersect at any angle other than 90 degrees. Oblique lines and segments are typically sloping, slanted, or diagonal. A segment is also called a line segment and it is the set of points consisting of two distinct points in all in between them. Oblique line segments are used in math and geometry.
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