IN MATH: 1. n. the set of points on a line which includes two points (called endpoints) of the line and all points on the line between them. EX. Segment AB is the same segment as segment BA.

IN ENGLISH: 1. n. a piece. EX. There is a segment of the book which describes how the magician took a segment of rope, cut it, and then reunited the pieces.

APPLICATION: See list 140.

1. State the proper term for the line segment with endpoints at A and C in the quadrilateral ABCD.

2. State the proper term for the line segment with endpoints A and B, which are points of the circle, and which also contain point C, the center of the circle.

3. State the proper term for the line segment with the center and a point on the circle as endpoints.

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