What Is a Ray in Math?

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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
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A ray in math is a part of a line that has one end point.
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A ray is part of a line which is finite in one direction, but infinite in the other. ChaCha!
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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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