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Trisha drew a pair of line segments starting from a vertex.
Which of these statements best compares the pair of line segments with the vertex?
Line segments have two endpoints and a vertex is a common endpoint where two line segments meet.
Line segments and the vertex have two endpoints each and the distance between the end points is their dimension.
The line segments and the vertex have their lines extending in one direction only and the lengths of both are infinite.
The line segments and the vertex have length as a dimension of measurement and there are three collinear poi
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Trisha drew a pair of line segments starting from a vertex. Which of these statements best compares the pair of line segments with the vertex? Line segments have two endpoints and a vertex is a common endpoint where two line segments meet. Line segments and the vertex have two endpoints each and the distance between the end points is their dimension. The line segments and the vertex have their lines extending in one direction only and the lengths of both are infinite. The line segments and the vertex have length as a dimension of measurement and there are three collinear poi

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