What Is Line Segment?

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A line segment is a part of a line that is noted by two end points. A line segment includes the two end points, as well as all the points between the two end points.
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A line segment is the area between any two given point on a line. Line segments can be long or short and can intersect other line segments.
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A line segment is one-dimensional. It is a measureable length, with two end points and technically no width.
A line segment is a line used in math. A line segment will have a point on each end and then there will be points between them. The points will each be given a number so one end will start with a number, the other end will end with a number, and the points in between will be all numbers in between the two.
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