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In this lesson, we will learn how to identify line segments, their names, their number in a figure, and their relationships.

Q1:

What is coloured red?

Q2:

In the given figure, what would be the correct notation to represent the line segment connecting the points π΄ and π΅ ?

Q3:

Name the sides of β 3 .

Q4:

Using a ruler if necessary, fill in the gap with < , = , or > : π΅ πΆ π· π΄ .

Q5:

Using the given figure, determine whether the following is true or false: The line segment that is passing through points π΅ and π· is also passing through point πΆ .

Q6:

How many line segments are there in the figure?

Q7:

Q8:

Select the correct name for this object:

Q9:

How is the following expressed in symbols?

Q10:

Choose the missing word to make this sentence true: Two vertical line segments have the same length.

Q11:

π΄ π΅ π π .

Q12:

π΄ π΅ π΅ πΆ .

Q13:

π π π΅ πΆ .

Q14:

How many line segments does the following figure have?

Q15:

Which sentence describes what has been drawn?

Q16:

Suppose π΄ π = 7 0 and π΄ π = 6 9 . 5 . How does π΅ π compare with πΆ π ?

Q17:

Q18:

Using a ruler if necessary, fill in the gap with < , =, or > : π΄ πΆ π΄ π΅ .

Q19:

Which of the following is the correct definition of a line segment?

Q20:

How many line segments form the following figure?

Q21:

Count the number of line segments in this shape.

Q22:

Q23:

Q24:

Which of the following figures is a line segment?

Q25:

Complete the following using < , = , or > : If π΄ π΅ = 3 8 . 1 c m and πΆ π· = 4 1 . 5 c m , then π΄ πΆ π΅ π· .

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