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A pair of intersecting lines, to be taken, for example, as coordinate axes, are oblique if they are not (or at least not necessarily) perpendicular. Three concurrent lines, similarly, are oblique if they are not mutually perpendicular.

Subjects: Mathematics — Warfare and Defence.

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