Mathematics

In the given figure, which line is perpendicular to AB?


ANSWER

EF


SOLUTION
According to the given figure line $$EF$$ and line $$AB$$ meet each other at right angle
$$\therefore$$ Line $$EF$$ is perpendicular to line $$AB$$
Hence the correct answer is option B
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