Q: What do you call the line where the water begins or ends?

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line where the water ends and the sky begins. Vanishing points, where two parallel lines appear to converge.

end points

a line orOuroboros the snakes that eats it self

Both ends of a line segment are points A ray begins at a point and continues onward forever, so it technically only has one definite end

A line with an arrow at both ends is simply a line.

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line where the water ends and the sky begins. Vanishing points, where two parallel lines appear to converge.

it is a ray

segment

The line perpendicular to a reflecting surface where the incident ray ends and the reflected ray begins is called the normal line.

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end points

it means three lines a line begins and ends at a point

A line with a point at both ends is called a Segment.

a line orOuroboros the snakes that eats it self

A tree line

The classic American novel Moby Dick begins with the line "Call me Ishael." Moby Dick was written by Herman Melville and published October, 15, 1851.

The line of longitude where one day ends and another begins is called the International Date Line. It roughly follows the 180° meridian in the Pacific Ocean and marks the transition between calendar days.