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The imaginary line that extends straight out from the center of a reflective surface is the optical axis.

a line

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a line

A straight line with no end points such as the number line

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The imaginary line that extends straight out from the center of a reflective surface is the optical axis.

The imaginary line that extends straight out from the center of a reflective surface is the optical axis.

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A line is a straight path that extends infinitely or endlessly in opposite directions. A straight path that joins two points is called a line segment.

a line

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i think i line.

a line

a straight line that extends for a point forever in one direction

There are two -- the Prime Meridian -- 0 degrees, and the International Date Line -- 180 degrees.

Straight