Q: What is this repetitive line called?

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The noun form for the adjective repetitive is repetitiveness.

The croquet start line is called a baulk line.

It is called the "ordinate" axis.

after u draw the chart , u decide to work on the early finish or the late finish , and this called t1 .. and nw u have 2 get the time that the activity end on and that's called t2 , t2= t1 + ( (N-1)/R ) N = number of repetitive units R = Rate = number of crew / duration now draw y-axis and x-axis , then draw a parallel line to x-axis at point N on y-axis ,, where the y-axis represent the number of units start from 1 and the (lower) x axis represent the t1 and the ( upper ) x-axis represent the t2

The middle of a line segment is called a Midpoint.;-)

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If there is a line over a decimal, it means the decimal is repetitive. If you are typing it would look like this... .7

I is called a "leitmotif".

A stock phrase that a bard can slip in or out of his rendition of the poem is called a "refrain." It is a repetitive line or phrase that adds rhythm and emphasis to the performance.

The jobs were repetitive and stressful.

The jobs were repetitive and stressful.

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The damage done is repetitive motion injury.

It's called a telomere.