Q: What figure goes in two directions forever without stopping?

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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.

plane

A line

It's the same as adding the same figure without the minus figure. '+' minus '-' = '+'

A closed geometric figure refers to any shape that is closed ie not openfor example the letter U is opened the letter O is closed.an opened figure allows access to the inside without passing through the object itself (ie an opened doorway)a closed figure is one you can't go from outside of to inside or visa versa without passing through the object. ie it doesn't have a hole in it.3 or more means what it saysand a line segment is part of a line (note lines go on forever in both directions in geometry) with 2 end points. as differentiated from a ray which has one endpoint and goes off straight in one direction forever. (not bent or curved)lines typically are drawn line segments ._________________.and rays .------------------------------>(sorry but that is the best I can do with typing)so what you are referring to are triangles, squares, rectangles, rhomboids, trapezoids, etc.any normal shape that is not round.

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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.

snowplog

broken

plane

Yeah forever and forever and forever. Read all the books and you'll figure it out. Besides, I don't want to ruin all the fun for you!

It's a plane.

Congruent line segments

A raycorrection its a line for a+