Q: What is a straight path that goes on for ever in two directions?

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A line.

A straight path that goes on forever on both directions

It is called a line. LOL

If we understand what you mean when you say "straight", then you could be describing a "line". -- But if it ever stops in one direction, then it's actually a "ray". -- And if it eventually stops in both directions, then it was a "line segment" all the time.

A line.

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A line is a straight path that goes on forever in both directions. A ray is a straight path that goes on in one direction.

Line.

A straight path that goes on forever on both directions

It is called a line. LOL

A ray is a straight path of points that goes on forever in only one direction. A line would go on forever in two directions.

A line is a straight path of points that goes on forever in both directions.

A line is a straight path that extends infinitely or endlessly in opposite directions. A straight path that joins two points is called a line segment.

a line a ray goes in only one direction forever No, a line goes on forever in two directions, a ray starts at one point and then goes on forever.

If we understand what you mean when you say "straight", then you could be describing a "line". -- But if it ever stops in one direction, then it's actually a "ray". -- And if it eventually stops in both directions, then it was a "line segment" all the time.