Q: Does a line of segmant have 3 endpoints?

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If you mean endpoints of (1, 7) and (3, 3) then the midpoint is at (2, 5).

It is a bisector.

A line segment has two endpoints

The line segment (not segmant) is equal, in measure, to the diameter.

(1, 5)

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If the line has ends, then it's a line segment.

Endpoints: (-3, 17) and (-3, -5) Length of line: 22 units using the distance formula

If you mean endpoints of (-1, 7) and (3, -3) then the midpoint is (1, 2)

If you mean endpoints of (1, 7) and (3, 3) then the midpoint is at (2, 5).

It is a bisector.

A line segment has two endpoints

Endpoints: (1, -6) and (-3, 4) Midpoint: (-1, -1)

a line segment is part of a line that does not continue infinetely. therefore it has endpoints on both sides. by default a line segment has 2 endpoints, it is not a question if it 'can' have 2 endpoints.

The line segment (not segmant) is equal, in measure, to the diameter.

No, a line goes forever. A line segment has two end points

the two endpoints of a line make a line segment. endpoints are just endpoints