Q: What are two rays with the same endpoint that form a line?

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no they form a line segment

Opposite rays are rays that share the same endpoint (have a common endpoint), but they also form a line.Not always.

Six angles.

It could be a straight line, or an angle.

Angle An angle is formed by 2 rays extending from the same endpoint.

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Opposite Rays

no they form a line segment

Two rays that have the same endpoint form an angle.

A line

Two collinear rays with the same endpoint form an angle. They share a common initial point and extend in opposite directions. The endpoint where they meet is called the vertex of the angle.

Oppsite rays

A line

An Angle.

an angle

Opposite rays are rays that share the same endpoint (have a common endpoint), but they also form a line.Not always.

An angle is formed by two rays with the same endpoint. If the two rays are perpendicular to one another, they form a right angle.

Two rays meeting at a straight angle (801 degrees).