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Match the definition on the left to its corresponding geometric figure on the right
A zero-dimensional object that defines a specific location on a plane
A one-dimensional figure, which extends without end in two
directions
A finite section of a line between any two points that lie on the line
A half-line that begins at one point and goes on forever in one
R
direction
A two-dimensional surface that continues infinitely
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Lanuel 7 months ago
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Point: is a zero-dimensional object that defines a specific location on a plane. Also, it's represented by using a small dot.

What is a geometric figure?

A geometric figure can be defined as the forms of different dimensional objects that are formed through a combination of lines, planes or points.

In Geometry, the following terminologies and definitions are used to describe a geometric figure:

  • Point: is a zero-dimensional object that defines a specific location on a plane. Also, it's represented by using a small dot. ⇒Image 4.
  • Line: is a one-dimensional figure which extends without end in two (2) directions. ⇒Image 5.
  • Line segment: is a finite section of a line that exist between any two (2) points that lie on the line. ⇒Image 1.
  • Ray: is a half-line that starts at one (1) point and goes on infinitely (forever) in one (1) direction. ⇒Image 3.
  • Plane: is a two-dimensional surface that continues infinitely (forever). ⇒Image 2.

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