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# How is a line different than a line segment?

Updated: 12/7/2022

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A line is continuous with no ending whereas a line segment is defined as having end points.

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### Is a line longer than a line segment?

A line extends forever into space and a line segment is a segment or part of a line, so a line is longer than a line segment.

### How are a line and a line segment are different?

a line can be indefinitely extended but a line segment is a part. a line segment cannot be extended:)

### How is a line segment different thin a line?

A line segment has ends. A line doesn't.

### How Are A Line And A Line Segment Different?

A line is never ending, a line segment is a line that starts somewhere and ends some where

### How is naming a line segment different from naming a line?

a line segment has two points on it that limits its lengths. A line has an infinite with no endpoints.

### How is a line a line segment and a ray are different?

A line segment has a finite length. A ray extends to infinity in one direction.

### How is a line a line segment and a ray different?

A line segment has a finite length. A ray extends to infinity in one direction.

### Does a line segment have one more point than a ray?

A line segment has one more point than a ray

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### How are segment and an arc different?

A segment is a part of a line. An arc is a part of a circle.

### Is RS the same line segment as SR?

In geometry, yes, those are different names of the same line segment.

### A line segment may have more than midpoint?

A line segment cannot have more than one midpoint or else you will be creating multiple line segments that are connected to each other. A line segment can only have one midpoint.