Q: What Has a starting point and ending point?

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it is a line with a starting and ending point sideways

displacement

no a circumference dont have a ending point it dont never end

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The slope (m) = (delta y)/(delta x) m= (y2-y1)/(x2-x1) Given two points A(a,b) C(c,d) if A is the starting point (x1,y1) and C is the ending point (x2,y2) then m= (d-b)/(c-a) OR if C is the starting point then, m=(b-d)/(a-c) both will give you the same answer.

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A circle has no starting or ending point of a circle. Hope this helps!

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A vector.

A vector.

It has the same starting and ending point.

it is a line with a starting and ending point sideways

BEAR

1,000B.C to 2,573B.C

It has the same starting and ending point.

No it will meet the starting point, but you can go on the circle to make it never ending.

i think it is legnth but im not sure :)(: