Opposite Rays?

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Opposite rays are two rays that have a common endpoint that point in the opposite directions and also form a straight line. They also must have the same magnitude and are faced exactly in opposite directions.
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It is no coincidence that this geometric concept has the same name as the beams from the sun. Just like a ray of light, a geometric ray starts at a particular point and then leads
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Opposite rays are two halves of the same line pointing in opposite directions, i.e. beginning from the same endpoint and extending at an angle of 180 degrees to each other.
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In Geometry, opposite rays are two rays with a common endpoint that form a line.
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