The problem is that the width of a line is zero. No drawing instrument can manage that!
The length is 7 feet and the width is 5 feet
no it does not have a width
It is true. A line segment has finite length but no width.
None of them since a thread has a finite length and finite width. A point has neither length nor width whereas a line, line segment and ray do not have any width. A plane has infinite length and width. The nearest approximation is a line segment.
= If a rectangle is 10 meters longer than its width what is its width? =
A line segment has length. That is its only dimension. It does not have any width, or height or depth.
a line or line-segment
Open the compass to a width greater than half the length of AB.Place the compass point at A.Draw arcs above and below the line AB.Move the compass point to B WITHOUT changing the compass setting.Draw arcs above and below AB to intersect them at X and Y.Join XY.XY is the perpendicular bisector of AB.7. Celebrate the successful completion of the task!
length is ALWAYS longer than the width