#### How Do You Draw Line Segments, Lines, and Rays? We all are familiar with the terms line segments, rays, and lines. Most of the kids use these terms regularly without knowing the geometric definition of these terms.
Here we have briefly defined each of these terms and also discussed how to draw each of them.
**Lines** - Kids understand what a line is, but aren't familiar with the geometric definition of this term.
Geometrically, a line is a collection of points extending infinitely in two opposite directions. When we draw a line, we draw two arrowheads at both the ends, representing that a line extends infinitely in both directions
**Segment** - Unlike a line, the line segment has endpoints. Typically, a line segment is referred to as a small part of a line. A line segment features exact length and definite measurement. It has two endpoints, enclosing all the points of a line between them.
We typically use letters to denote the two endpoints of a line segment.
**Rays** - A ray features the characteristics of line segment and line. Like a line, ray has one end extending infinitely in one direction. And the other end, like a line segment, has an endpoint.

We start this section by simply drawing what is asked of us. You will be asked to draw lines which are infinite and carry on in opposite directions. A line segment is finite; on the other hand, they have two endpoints. A ray is a hybrid of these two. A ray has an endpoint and another end that goes on infinitely. You cannot measure a line or a ray, since they are infinite. We use this naming system to better understand systems. These worksheets explain how to draw lines, segments, and rays. Students will also learn the proper symbols to designate each, using given points for the labels.