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Q: What is line of geometry?

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A line in geometry term looks like a line with to arrows on both sides

In coordinated geometry the points on a straight line will determine its equation.

euclidean Geometry where the parallel line postulate exists. and the is also eliptic geometry where the parallel line postulate does not exist.

Point ; Line ; Plane - Remember the Point-Line-Plane Postulate

Yes, in Euclidean geometry.

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the line in geometry is a line segment that never ends

A line in geometry term looks like a line with to arrows on both sides

In coordinated geometry the points on a straight line will determine its equation.

In geometry, a line has no endpoints. If you are referring to a non-geometry application, a line has 2 endpoints.

euclidean Geometry where the parallel line postulate exists. and the is also eliptic geometry where the parallel line postulate does not exist.

that would be a line and lines do not exist in spherical geometry

Angles on a straight line add up to 180 degrees in geometry.

Point ; Line ; Plane - Remember the Point-Line-Plane Postulate

yeah

Yes, in Euclidean geometry.

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"Euclidean" geometry is the familiar "standard" geometry. Until the 19th century, it was simply "geometry". It features infinitely divisible space, up to three dimensions, and, most notably, the "parallel postulate": "Given a line, and a point not on the line, there is exactly one line that can be drawn through the point and parallel to the given line."

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