Q: What geometric term describesa line that has only one endepoint?

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The simplest geometric concept is an item that has no dimensions = a point. The next simplest is an item that has only one dimension = a straight line. The next simplest is an item that covers area but only needs one number to completely describe it . . . a circle.

The simplest geometric concept is an item that has no dimensions = a point. The next simplest is an item that has only one dimension = a straight line. The next simplest is an item that covers area but only needs one number to completely describe it . . . a circle.

In geometric terms, a line can have only one slope. if there is more than one slope, it is not a line, it is multiple lines or a second (or higher) order graphical representation of a function in two dimensional space.

A sphere

It is a point.

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The simplest geometric concept is an item that has no dimensions = a point. The next simplest is an item that has only one dimension = a straight line. The next simplest is an item that covers area but only needs one number to completely describe it . . . a circle.

In the Euclidian plane, there is only one shape for a line - irrespective of the number of identified points that it goes through. A line is an undefined geometric term and so the description can only be circular, but it is a straight line, with no width, going on for ever in both direction.

In geometric terms, a line can have only one slope. if there is more than one slope, it is not a line, it is multiple lines or a second (or higher) order graphical representation of a function in two dimensional space.

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A sphere

A line segment cannot have more than one midpoint or else you will be creating multiple line segments that are connected to each other. A line segment can only have one midpoint.

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