A geometric line is a one-dimensional object that extends in a straight direction for an infinite distance. Line segments are often used in drawing and mathematics, and they are a portion of a geometric line that spans from one defined point to another.
Continue ReadingA geometric line can extend in both the "x" and "y'" directions, but it has no thickness itself, making it one-dimensional. If a line is altered to add a curved portion, it is no longer a geometric line. One additional type of line segment the ray, which has a start point but no end point since it extends infinitely.
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