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ok, so going back to the pictures you posted, they want you to identify the green dotted line?

Yes

Yes, a ray. Thought it has two points, does that means theres 2 rays?

I take that back...technically there could be 2 rays, but they both go in the same direction.

yeah, that's what i meant.

it's still a ray though

Lines are named for any 2 points on the line.

so wouldn't the second picture be a line as well?

your second picture or mine?

yours

what makes a line segment different from a line is that it has a clear start and a clear stop.

I hope I haven't confused you even more! Teaching online is way harder than teaching in person.

could you show me some more examples of a line segment?

could you show an example with 3 points on a line?

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would
AB define the line? Does it matter how far the points are?

Thanks!