7. Which one of the following statements is true of perpendicular lines?
A. They intersect at one point.
B. They intersect to form an obtuse angle.
C. They never intersect.
D. They intersect

to form an acute angle.

This is true of perpendicular lines: D. They intersect at one point. They form right angles.

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All insurance is based on a principle called
A. investment premiums.
B. cash value coverage.
C. premium earnings.
D. division of risk.

All insurance is based on a principle called DIVISION OF RISK.

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