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Question

Practice using undefined terms in definitions and w
analyzing diagrams.
Asignment
Which defines ray?
O a piece of a line with two endpoints
O all points equidistant from a given point
O two line segments with a common endpoint
O a piece of a line that starts at the endpoint and extends indefinitely in one direction​

1 Answer

  • a ray defines a piece of a line that starts at the endpoint and extends indefinitely in one direction.

    Answer: Option D

    Explanation:

    A ray in a mathematics is defined as a line going infinitely extending itself from one end point towards a direction. A ray doesn't have any particular width. It has no measurable length as it keeps on going forward.

    The starting point of a ray is called as the endpoint. A ray is categorized by a line starting from a point crossing various points and moving forward which is normally represented by an arrow head. A ray is normally unidirectional

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