Q: What is the points where the line segment ends?

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No. Technically, a "line" has no ends, and goes on forever in both directions. A "line segment" has two end points, and a definite length.

A line segment has end points

A line segment is a line with two points. When drawn, there are no arrows coming out of the points.

Both ends of a line segment are points A ray begins at a point and continues onward forever, so it technically only has one definite end

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end points

Yes. A line segment is a line with two points at both ends of it.

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.

the line in geometry is a line segment that never ends

A line is a straight path connecting two points and continuing on in both directions past the points. If it starts and ends only at the points then it is a line segment.

Yes it does, because of its 2 ends

No. Technically, a "line" has no ends, and goes on forever in both directions. A "line segment" has two end points, and a definite length.

A line segment has end points

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

Any line segment has infinitely many points and each one of them is specific to that line segment.

A line segment is a straight line that has endpoints.