randRange(0, 359) randRange(4, 7) [(LENGTH/2) * cos( TILT ), (LENGTH/2) * sin( TILT )] [-1 * (LENGTH/2) * cos( TILT ), -1 * (LENGTH/2) * sin( TILT )] LENGTH - 2 [(INNER_LENGTH/2) * cos( TILT ), (INNER_LENGTH/2) * sin( TILT )] [-1 * (INNER_LENGTH/2) * cos( TILT ), -1 * (INNER_LENGTH/2) * sin( TILT )] { r: 0.2, fill: "blue", stroke: "none" }

Identify this figure.

init({ range: [ [-6, 6], [-6, 6] ], scale: 20 });
line( END1, END2 ); circle( END1, DOT_ATTRS ); circle( END2, DOT_ATTRS );
Line segment
• Line segment
• Ray
• Line

This one-dimensional figure has two endpoints and a set length (it doesn't go on forever).

A 1D figure that has two endpoints and a set length is a line segment.

line( END1, END2, { arrows: "->" } ); circle( END1, DOT_ATTRS ); circle( INNER2, DOT_ATTRS );
Ray

This figure is one-dimensional and has one endpoint. It goes on forever in the other direction, though.

Therefore, this figure is a ray.

line( END1, END2, { arrows: "->" } ); line( END2, END1, { arrows: "->" } ); circle( INNER1, DOT_ATTRS ); circle( INNER2, DOT_ATTRS );
Line

This figure is straight, one-dimensional, and it goes on forever in both directions. It doesn't have any endpoints.

That description means this figure is a line.