HELP ME ASAP FOR MEDAL! Which of the following terms is a figure consisting of two noncollinear rays with a common endpoint? Angle Circle Line Segment Parallel Line

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HELP ME ASAP FOR MEDAL! Which of the following terms is a figure consisting of two noncollinear rays with a common endpoint? Angle Circle Line Segment Parallel Line

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It would be an angle. |dw:1444319102011:dw|
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@hellokitty17 The correct way to answer this question is to look up the definition of the terms and you will find the answer. The point of the question is for you to check your understanding of the terms, and time for you to catch up if you don't already know the meaning of ALL the terms. Unfortunately you have missed the opportunity.

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