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Q: What is a straight path with no endpoints it goes on forever in both directions?

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A line.

A line

The term you are describing is a line.

A straight path that goes on forever on both directions

It is called a line. LOL

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A line.

A line

The term you are describing is a line.

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

Line.

A straight path that goes on forever on both directions

It is called a line. LOL

a line

Please don't write "the following" if you don't provide a list. We can't guess what items you are looking at. Anyway, that sounds like the description of a line.

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.

There is hard to find a line in the real world, since a line goes on forever in both directions, but an example of a plane is the universe, sine it does on forever on all directions. A line segment can be found since it has 2 endpoints. A horizon represents a lin ebeause it goes on and on in either direction

A line Segment.lines go on it both directions for ever.