naming a line is different from naming a ray. say for example ,if we have line AB,this is similar to line BA while ray AB is different from ray BA.
a line segment has two points on it that limits its lengths. A line has an infinite with no endpoints.
When naming a ray the endpoint is written first.
A ray is different from a segement because a ray is half of a line and does not end in one side only but the segement it is half of a line that ends.
A line segment has a finite length. A ray extends to infinity in one direction.
a line goes on and on from both sides wherehas a ray goes o and on only from one side.
line segments have two definite points, A and B, a ray has has only one definite point and the over indefinite point is a continuous line
no they are completely different. The PS2 does not have the power, Blu-ray disc drive and Harddrive just to start naming the differences.
One thing was the naming of the vessels. Many names ended with "Land" Like the Lapland and the Belgenland.
A ray starts at a point and extends forever in ONE direction. A line starts at a point and extends forever in TWO directions.
Its a type of stingray which inspired the naming of the cygnus constellation. ((((((((((((((((())))))))))))))))
They are alike because a ray is part of a line, a segment is part of a line, and a line is basically a line. They are different because a segment has two end points; a ray has one, and a line is a group of points on a straight path that extends to infinity like a ray extends to infinity in one direction