# What are two endpoints and all of the points between them called?

A **line segment** (sometimes just segment) is a pair of
endpoints and all the points on a line between them.

### What are the 2 subsents of a line?

If you mean "subset", you can get subsets in many different ways, for example: A ray (all the points that are from a specified point in one direction only) An open segment (excluding the endpoints) A closed segment (including the endpoints) A series of arbitrary points Any combination (set union) of the above

### What is a straight line through a circle not going through the middle?

a chord. i took geometry this year. here are some other things that way help. Circle- a set of points that are equidistant from the center of the circle Diameter- a line segment that passes through the center point and has its endpoints on the circle. Radius- a line segment that connects from the center point to the circle Chord- a line segment that has its endpoints on the circle. Arc- a section of the…

### What four hemispheres use latitude and longitude?

The half of the Earth that includes all points whose latitudes are north of the equator is called the northern Hemisphere. The half of the Earth that includes all points whose latitudes are south of the equator is called the southern Hemisphere. The half of the Earth that includes all points from the Prime Meridian west to 180Â° longitude is called the western Hemisphere. The half of the Earth that includes all points from the…

### What is the center of latitude?

All points that are exactly mid-way between the north and south poles are centered between the extremes of latitude, and they're assigned the latitude of zero. There are an infinite number of them, and if you draw all of them on a map, they blend together to form a line, which is called the "equator".

### How can you construct a parallelogram?

Use two line segments (line A and line B) with all points on line A equidistant from all points on line B; in otherwords, use 2 parallel lines. Choose two points on line A (points a and b). Now choose 2 points on line B (x and y) so that the distance of line ab equals the distance of line xy. Connect points a and y with a line segment ab and points b and…

### What is A line segment with endpoints that are a vertex of a triangle?

If both of its endpoints are the same vertex, then the line segment's length is zero, and you'd look at it and swear that it was only a point, and you can't see it at all if you don't know it's there. -- If each of its endpoints is a different vertex, then the line segment exactly coincides with one side of the triangle, and you can't see it at all if you don't…