A parabola has no endpoints: it extends to infinity.A parabola has no endpoints: it extends to infinity.A parabola has no endpoints: it extends to infinity.A parabola has no endpoints: it extends to infinity.
A circle. has no endpoints.
A line segment has two endpoints.
In geometry, a line has no endpoints. If you are referring to a non-geometry application, a line has 2 endpoints.
The points where a diameter intersects the circle are its endpoints.
A line segment has two endpoints
A line segment has endpoints
the two endpoints of a line make a line segment. endpoints are just endpoints
a line segment is part of a line that does not continue infinetely. therefore it has endpoints on both sides. by default a line segment has 2 endpoints, it is not a question if it 'can' have 2 endpoints.
A line segment connects two endpoints.
An angle has two endpoints and a single vertex.
A defined line segment has endpoints.
If an axis can be said to have endpoints, they are the North and South Poles.
A ray has no endpoints true or false
segment or line segment.
All line segments have exactly two endpoints.
It is a semicircular arc.
A line segment has two endpoints. Lines are infinite, so they have no endpoints; while rays start at one point and continue infinitely; and line segments are completely finite, so they have endpoints at both ends.
A line has infinite length, no width, no thickness, and no endpoints.
A chord is the part of a circle defined by two endpoints.