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9.1 Introduction to Geometry. Identifying lines, rays, and segments. VOCABULARY. Point – usually labeled with an uppercase letter. Describes a specific location in space. Line – points that extend without end in two opposite directions. Read as : “line NO or line ON”. N. O. Symbol :.

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identifying lines rays and segments
Identifying lines, rays, and segments

VOCABULARY

Point– usually labeled with an uppercase letter. Describes a specific location in space.

Line – points that extend without end in two opposite directions

Read as: “line NO or line ON”

N

O

Symbol:

NO or ON

Ray – has 1 endpoint and extends without end in one

direction. Always when naming give the endpoint first.

Read as: “ray AB”

B

A

AB

Symbol:

identifying lines rays and segments continued
Identifying lines, rays, and segments continued….

Segment– a piece of a line which has two endpoints

Read as: “line segment BE or

line segment EB”

Symbol:

B

E

BE or EB

NOTE: You may have the points at the end of the segment or without.

Intersecting lines – two different lines that meet at a point

Q

T

“Line TS intersects with line PQ”

S

P

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Identifying lines, rays, and segments continued….

Parallel lines – two different lines that will never intersect no matter how far they extend.

C

“Line CD is parallel to line YZ.”

D

Y

CD // YZ

Z

let s do some examples
Let’s Do Some Examples!

Identify and name the line, ray, or segment.

S

M

Q

P

1.

2.

3.

N

R

ray

line segment

line

QP or PQ

RS or SR

MN or NM

now you try
Now You Try!

Identify and name the line, ray, or segment.

G

ray

GF or FG

F

line

HJ or JH

J

H

L

segment

KL or LK

K

now you try continued
Now You Try Continued

G

H

J

K

L

1. Name 2 rays.

HL or GK or JG or JL or JK or JH

  • Name 2 segments that have G as an endpoint.

GH and GJ

3. Name a line.

GH

4. Name 3 points.

Any 3 that includes L or J or K or H or G

now you try continued1
Now You Try Continued

G

A

B

C

D

F

E

1. Name a pair of intersecting lines.

AB and EG or CF and EG

2. Name a pair of parallel lines.

AB and CF

3. Name DB and BA another way.

BD and AB