What is the difference between the definitions for ray and line segment...
a. only the definition of ray relies on an understanding of two directions.
b. only the definition of line segment relies on an understanding of line.
c. only the definition of ray depends on an understanding of infinite.
d. only the definition of line segment depends on an understanding of point.
- Option A "ray" is the right term which matches with the definition.
A ray is a line that has one fixed endpoint, and extends infinitely along the line from the fixed endpoint.
Therefore, the term which matches with the given definition is "ray".
Thus A linear set of points with a unique starting point and extending infinitely in one direction is called a ray.
in the attachment. i didn't see your choices. the word which means there is choices.
x tells you how much left or right you go from the origin
y tells you how much down or up you go from the origin
so for example (-3,2), you go left 3 and up twice. i denoted which of the ordered pairs is which in my graph.
a. only the definit...