Q: A figure that begins and ends at the same point?

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A circle for example.

circle

a line orOuroboros the snakes that eats it self

A [non-intersecting] closed curve

A ray is a line that begins at a point and goes away from it forever and ever.If two of these rays share the same starting point, it is called a vertex.What figure would look like a point with 2 rays going in different directions be called?You're looking at an angle.

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A closed figure, like a circle or triangle, begins and ends at the same point.

A circle for example.

begins and ends at the same point

my guess would be the circle; but that continues on and on maybe a point all by itself

A closed curve. This includes shapes made of straight-line segments.

circle

circle

That's called a closed figure.That's called a closed figure.That's called a closed figure.That's called a closed figure.

a line orOuroboros the snakes that eats it self

A circle perhaps?

A [non-intersecting] closed curve

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