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In the middle of the design, she decided to add the following line segment. How would she name this line segment? ___ or ___

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asked 2021-02-23
In the middle of the design, she decided to add the following line segment. How would she name this line segment?
___ or ___

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2021-02-24
To name a line segment, we use two letters of the endpoints in any order with a horizontal line above them. Hence, we can name the segment as: __ __ \(\displaystyle{J}{K}{\quad\text{or}\quad}{K}{J}\)
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