A straight path that has a beginning and an end - endpoints.

Some lines have interior points that can be used to divide a line into parts. Each part of a line is a line segment.

a construct of firstly one or two point(s) and then after a most direct connection between these two points

a part of a line consisting of two points, called endpoints, and the set of all points between them

a part of a line having two endpoints

a piece of a line that runs from one point to another point

a straight line between two points, which ends at these points

a subset of the set of points comprising a line

a part of a line between two end points

Two points and the straight path between them. M's

a direct line between two points.

a portion of a line that has a defined beginning and end. (e.g., the line segment AB is between point A and point B).

A straight path joining two points, call endpoints of the line segment. A straight path can be described as the shortest distance between two points.

A piece of a line with endpoints at both ends.

Two points and all the points between them that lie on the line containing the two points. The two points are called the endpoints of the line segment (Lesson 2.1).

A part of a line with a beginning point and an end point.

A part of a line with two fixed endpoints and the points between.

In geometry, a line segment is a part of a line that is bounded by two end points, and contains every point on the line between its end points.