Q: What is apart of a line with only one endpoint?

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A line with only one endpoint is a ray. One end has a point, and the other has an arrow to represent how the line continues forever.-------------------------->

A ray,------------------->

Only one endpoint? if two, it's a diameter...

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A ray.

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A ray = A half-line

A ray begins at an endpoint and extends in only one direction.A half line does not include the endpoint.

It is a ray.

It has two endpoints. A ray has one endpoint.

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By definition a line has no endpoint as it can extend to negative and positive infinity. A ray has one endpoint and a segment has two endpoints.

If you are only given one endpoint and a midpoint, you know what the middle of the line segment is. Since the midpoint is half of what the line segment's length is, all you have to do is find the distance between the endpoint given and the midpoint, then add that coordinate to your midpoint and get your other endpoint. For example: Endpoint A: (4,5) Midpoint: (6,8) Distance between: (2,3) Add (2,3) to (6,8) and get Endpoint B: (8,11).

Yes, a ray has only one endpoint.

It's called a Ray.

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A line segment is a portion of a line. It has length. It has two endpoints. A ray has only one endpoint. It has infinite length in one direction.

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