What Is A Ray In Geometry
Ray is a part of a line.
This tutorial will teach you ray and how it is produced from a line.
A ray is known as half-line.
It is easy to learn. You will enjoy.
A ray is a part of a line that starts at an endpoint and extends infinitely far in one direction.
Let's explain what is a ray in geometry.
Given a line and; A and B are two distinct points on the line.
Let P be a another point between A and B on the line AB.
Split the line into two parts at the point P.
As a result, it produces two parts namely PA and PB.
Each part is called a ray.
Each ray starts from P and it is the end point. Thus P is called the initial point. Both ray consists the point P.
PA is the opposite ray with respect to ray PB.
Thus the ray definition geometry stands as follows.
A ray is the trace of a moving point in straight infinitely far from a fixed point.
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