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Go easy on me guys, I'm half asleep. Which of the following is NOT an acceptable way to represent the figure below?

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i think its d. not sure though :/
i think so too

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yeah d looks right
I dunno because the line is "m" so idk? I was thinking B maybe?
oh yeah b sounds right kinda lol
b would make sense but it crosses through b also.
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it doesnt... because it goes a.....c......b
SARAH WHY DIDNT YOU POST THAT BEFORE! LOL
the whole thing is connected. if it were a graph it would all be part of the same line. between A and B would contain everything
I HAD TO FIND IT AMPY XP <3
so a makes some sense too. a or d i think
The figure shows a ray with a starting point of A that goes through points B and C. To name a ray, the name MUST start with the starting point. answer 'should' be c) it does not start with A, so it is wrong.
It's not D
lol LLISTEN TO RELLY HE KNOWS WHAT HE DOIN :)
Are you sure? Cause this is my second attempt and i missed one question on the first attempt and I want 100 :P lol
lol.. well i am not sure, but certainly looks like. its been a long time i studies rays, lines and line segments.. go for it..
I was thinking b because it is "AC" and wouldnt it have to be "AB" Idk! xD lol
CHOOSE WHAT YOU WANT LOLOLOL
i am really not sure about it. its your call! :)
I WANT IT TO BE RIGHT XP <3 brb imma ask my mom what she thinks haha im only 13 gimme a break! lol
google? xD
I tried google ;P
its b.. most probably.. :P look, this figure has 2 rays.. CA and CB. the starting point is C (not A as i said before). its still half knowledge. and half knowledge is dangerous. :P take a call! :)
The answer is A :P I asked my mommy XD haha she got it right
lol.. i am really sorry.. but it looks like a) now.. if i were you i would go with a) . final!
I did :P haha i got it right with a lol
you know why?
Because it doesn't have the line on top saying it just keeps going and going and because if it was just AB with out a line on top it would be representing the MEASUREMENT of a line segment. I believe.
good job! :D @blondie16 take away the medal. give it to her. :P
No :P You deserve one too:) You tried to help me(:
btw, if you were wondering, I got an 100 on that test this time:)
lol. haha.. congratulations! :D
Thank you!:D
YAAAAAAAAAAAAAY lol

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