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Points, Lines, Rays, and Angles

Points An exact location with no length or width and they do not overlap.
Points Are noted with capital letters
Line A collection of points that line up and go on without a stopping point.
Line The arrows at the end of the lines show that the line goes on forever.
Line Segment A part of a line with two stopping points.
Line Segment You name a segment by its two end points.
Ray A part of a line with one end point but the other part goes on without forever.
Ray You can tell a ray the point at one end and an arrow at the other end.
Angles Two rays are connected with a common end point called a vertex.
Angles Some angles are wide and some angles are thin.
Right Angles A special angle that makes a perfect angle found in squares and rectangles.