A line is longer.!?!
A line segment has one more point than a ray
Let's think of a line segment as a finite set of points. Along those lines, (pun intended) think of a ray and a line as infinite sets of points. Then we think of longer in terms of the size of the set. So for example, a 2 inch line segment would be longer than a 1 inch line segment because we can have more points in the set which is made of the two inch segment. The ray and the line are the same size since they both can be viewed as sets containing an infinite number of points. The line segment being a finite set is smaller than the other two.
a ray continues on and on but a line segment stops
A ray line is longer, since it has an end point and then extends forever in the other direction its length is infinite, whereas a segment has a definite length defined by two endpoints.
yes it can because a Ray is a line segment with an arrow at the end.
It is a segment in case you do not know what a segment is it is a line with two end points
No. A ray is infinite on one side and ends at a point at the other. A line segment ends in two points. A ray can contain a line segment, as the distance between any two given points on the ray is a line segment.
They are not. A line segment is of finite length whereas a ray is infinitely long.
A line segment has a finite length. A ray extends to infinity in one direction.
yes, because a line segment is part of a line and a ray goes on forever and it does always happen
by adding a segment