What do you call a line with 2 end points?
a line segment is a part of a line that is bounded by 2 end points, and contains every point on the line between its end points
A line segment is between two end points
No, a line goes forever. A line segment has two end points
2...Beginning and end
a line segment
Line segment (or segment). When 2 end points are the same, it is a point.
No because a defined straight line has 2 end points.
a ray is a line with one end point and the other side goes on forever. if it had two end points it would be a line segment
Because a line segment means that it does have 2 end points at the end of the line and parallel lines never touch. I could explain more but don't feel like it good luck with that math!!
line= ____________________ has no end point ray = .______________________________ has one end point, other direction keeps going line segment = .____________. stops at both ends. has 2 end points
yes. because a line segment does not go on forever like e line. therefor, it has to stop. because it has to stop, it has for example:little nuggets on the end of both sides.and there are two sides so it can have to points.
Okay if your talking about a circle with a line through it and has 2 end points on the circle, it would be called a chord and if it crosses the center it's called a diameter.
If the team attempts to pass or run the ball into the end zone after a touchdown, they are awarded 2 points for successful completion of the play. So the short answer is: 2 points!
Infinite! When you speak of a "point" on a line segment, you're referring to infinitely small locations, not physical dots that you might draw on the segment. If you think of a "point" as being located at a certain distance from one of the end points of a 3 inch segment, such as 2.31 inches from the left side, you could always add more and more decimal places to the distance, such as 2.3173... to… Read More
Call in 5 nukes.
In geometry, a line is somply a collection of points. However, when naming a line, a line is nemed using two of its points.
2 points determine a line.
What is the call in a game of basketball if the ball is shot from behind the three point line but a player tips it within that line and the ball still goes in the basket?
The team that made it is awarded 2 points if u step on the line. if u tipped it with your hand its still three points if u foul and it goes in u get three points and a free throw
You draw a straight line; mark a point and call it "zero"; decide on which direction should be positive; mark points at regular intervals - for example, every centimeter; and label those points. To one side of zero you mark the points as 1, 2, 3, etc.; to the other side, as -1, -2, -3, etc.
The beginning point of a line can be any one of the 10 points. For each of these ... -- The end point of the line can be any one of the remaining 9 points. So there are (10 x 9) = 90 ways to form a line with 2 of 10 non-colinear points. But once a line is drawn, there's no difference between it and the one that was drawn in the opposite… Read More
The Slope of a line containing the points (2,2) and (4,2) is Y=0
The slope of a line that has the points 3, (-4), and has a slope of 2 is 2.
Draw a line at angle starting from the first point of the stick. It should be of any arbitrary length, but definitely shorter than the stick. Let's call it line A. Extend it two times, so total length of it is 3 times A. Connect the last point of the line you just draw with the end of a stick. Let's call that new line a line B. Draw lines parallel to line B, going… Read More
what is the slope of the line containing points (5-,-2) and (-5,3)? 2
No, a circle can never pass through three points of a straight line. The circle will touch 1) no points of the line, 2) one point of the line (which is now tangent to the circle), or 3) two points of the line. A line can contain (at most) two points that lie on the line.
An area can not be defined unless there are at minimum 3 distinct points defined. What you have with two points is a line, or line segment, which are of 1 dimension.
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… Read More
Safety. 2 points awarded to the other team, and they receive a free kick.
What is the call when a player on the receiving team catches a kickoff in the end zone and steps out the back or side of the end zone?
If the player does not step outside of the end zone before stepping out, then it is ruled a touch-back and the ball is placed at the 20 yard line. However if he steps out of the end zone then steps out inside the end zone it is ruled a safety and the other team gets 2 points and the team that stepped out in the end zone then gets a free punt.
15 Consider one of the points. Call it point A. You can draw one line containing A through each of the other five lines (i.e., there are five lines that contain both A and another of the five points). Now, consider another of the points -- call it B. Excluiding the line that contains A and B, there are four lines that can be drawn containing B and one of the other four points. Continue… Read More
It depends on what information you have. You could use a ruler or tape measure. Or, if the information is given in the foorm of the coordinates of the end points you could find the length as follows: if the coordinates of the two end points are (a,b) and (c,d) then the length is sqrt[(a - c)2 + (b - d)2]
Each basket is worth 1 point at the foul line, 2 points inside of the 3-point line, and 3 points outside of the 3-point line.
1. Given any line, there are at least two points on the line. Call them A and B. 2. Given any line, there exists at least one point in the plane that is not on the line. Call that point C. 3. Given any two points (A and C and, then B and C) there exists a straight line joining them. The point C is not on AB so AB and AC are distinct. Similarly… Read More
2, a sack in the end zone is considered a safety which is 2 points
no 2 points form a line, 3 points form a plane
Draw 3 figures each with less than 2 end points could one of these figures be a ray or a line segment?
draw 3 line segments connect the endpoint what figure is formed
they are noncolinear if there are more than 2 points, if not then any two points always lie on the same line
give the ratio of rise to run for the line that contains points (-2,5) and (-2,-2)
GIven 2 distance points (x1,y1) and (x2,y2) we can draw a line between those point and the midpoint formula finds the midpoint of that line. Call the midpoint (m1,m2) then it is [ (x1+x1 )/2 , (y1+y2/2)]
Yes, a plane containing 2 points of a line contains the entire line. Let us consider two points on a plane and then draw a line segment joining those two points. Since the points lie on the plane so line segment has to lie completely on that plane too. Now if we extend the line segment indefinitely in both directions we get a line and that line also has to lie on the same plane… Read More
If points A B and C all lie in a straight line but the other points are not on the line how many different lines can be drawn if each line contains at least two points?
2 lines, I believe.
A line in 2D and a plane in 3D A perpendicular bisector of the line connecting the 2 given points
a line has to have at least 2 points. a plane has to have at least 3 points. ______________ It takes two points to define a unique line in Euclidean space. But every line and every line segment contains infinitely many points. The same is true for planes in Euclidean space. You need at least 3 points to define a unique plane, but every plane containes infinitely many points and infinitely many lines or line… Read More
y=-2x Explanation You could find the slope of line going through the points (2,-4) and (-1,2). It is slope is -6/3 or -2 So the line is Now plug in one of the points and the slope into point slope form and find the line y+4=-2(x-2) or y+4=-2x+4 so y=-2x Check it by making sure BOTH points are on the line. Plug the values into the equation you found for the line. -4=-2(2) 2=-2(-1)
Every line and every line segment of >0 length has an inifinite amount of unique points. Socratic Explaination: consider ... - There are 2 distinct points defining a line segment. - Between these 2 distinct points, there is a midpoint. - The midpoint divides the original segment into 2 segments of equal length. - There are 2 distinct points used to define each segment. - Between these 2 distinct points, there is a midpoint for… Read More
No, 2 points define a line, 3 points define a plane.
If 2 points determine a line, then a line contains infinitely many planes.
2 points determine a straight line and are always, by definition, collinear.
YES. The intersection of two planes always makes a line. A line is at least two points.
2 points. However, the farther apart the 2 points the striaghter the line will be, unless you move the straight edge!!.