What Is a Ray in Math?


A ray, in math, is a part of straight line that has an endpoint on one end and extends indefinitely in the other direction. A ray is denoted by drawing a line with an endpoint on side and arrowhead on the other. You can find more information here: http://www.mathopenref.com/ray.html
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1. Choose the angle you would like to determine, and choose a trig function to calculate it. Remember that sine equals (opposite / hypotenuse) cosine equals (adjacent / hypotenuse
A ray in math is a part of a line that has one end point.
A ray is part of a line which is finite in one direction, but infinite in the other. ChaCha!
There is no ray like Ray Charles, in math or music, does not matter. As for the half lines with closed end points, I would have to say infinite. From infinitely many points in space
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A ray is a portion of a straight line that begins at one point and extends to infinity in one direction.
A ray is a line which starts at any point and goes off in any direction to infinity. It has a specific starting point but no ending point. You can find more information here: http://mathopenref.com/ray.html
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