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  1.2 Line Segments and Rays

In this lesson I will teach you about line segments and rays. A line segment is basically what the name implies- it's just a "piece" of a line with end points. Along with the definition of a line segment you need to understand the proper notation to describe a line segment. The next shape we will look at is the "ray". You can think of a ray like an arrow in the sense it has one starting point and travels out in specific direction. The key difference between a line segment and ray is that the line segment has two end points where as the ray only has one. The notation for a line segment and ray are similar so be careful not to confuse the two. Like I said in the previous lesson, geometry has lots of symbols and notations- you need to watch the details of these symbols as many will look a like. Lastly you need to ensure you practice after you watched the lesson it's a must if you expect to master the concepts. Good luck!

DIRECTIONS:

  1. Watch The Lesson Video First - Take Good Notes.
  2. Next, Scroll All The Way Down The Page To View The Practice Problems - Try Them On Your Own.
  3. Check The Solutions To The Practice Problems By Looking At The Answer Key At The End Of The Worksheet.
  4. However, YOU MUST Still Watch The Video Solutions To The Practice Problems; These Are The Videos Labeled EX A, EX B, etc. - They Are Located Next To The Lesson Video.
  5. After You Did All Of The Practice Problems - Complete The Section and Advance To The Next Topic.

Practice Problems:

1.2 GeoFoundationsLinesRaysPreview.pdf