Q: Does a ray have a endpoint?

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

---> da

Ab and Ba are the same line because there are no endpoints to a line. Therefore, you can reverse the order of the letters. So, Cd and Dc are not the same ray because the first letter is the endpoint. So on ray Cd, point C is the endpoint and d is a point on the line coming from the endpoint. On ray Dc, D is the endpoint.

Opposite Rays - are collinear rays having the same endpoint.

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Yes, a ray has only one endpoint.

When naming a ray the endpoint is written first.

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Honestly a ray does because a ray has one endpoint and it does go in one direction like forever

A ray is defined as having an origin but no endpoint (unless you count the origin as an endpoint, in which case it has 1).

It has two endpoints. A ray has one endpoint.

A line with a single endpoint going infinitely in another direction is a ray. The symbol for a ray is → . It is named for its endpoint and any other point located on it.

The answer is a ray.

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The endpoint.

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