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Defining and Constructing Objects

Defining and Constructing Objects 1.2 - Solution

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One way to name a line is using any two points that lie on the line. We can see that there are three points on our line: and We are told that one name for this line is Using the third given point, we can find two other names. Notice that the order of the letters does not matter. Therefore, the names and are equally valid.