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Grade 2 - Mathematics
6.4 Points, Lines, and Segments
Point: A point is a dot.
Straight line: A line that has no end points, can be extended continuously on either sides.
Segment: A line that has two end points is called a segment.
Ray: A line that has only one end point is called ray.
Parallel Lines : Two lines that do not touch each other are called parallel lines.
Intersecting lines: Two lines that pass through each other are called intersecting lines.
Perpendicular lines: Two lines that form a L shape are called perpendicular lines.
Answer the following questions. Also draw point, lines (parallel lines, perpendicular and intersecting lines) and segment.
: When two lines meet and form an exact L(either a forward or backward L) then those lines are called
: A segment is a part of something. A line segment is a part of
: These lines are _______ lines
: Parallel lines always stay the same distance apart
: If lines run side by side and never meet they are called
: If you put two points on a paper and connect them you will have a
: In math a point is an exact spot. You show a point with a
: This figure is a ______line
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