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# 4th grade math line segments lines and rays

Question:1.)I have 2 vertical line segments,2 horizontal line segments,and 2 pairs of perpendicular line segments.What am I? 2.)I have 1 pair of parallel line segments and 4 line segments.I do not have perpendicular line segments.What Am I? im not cheating this is jus a 4th Grade im not even in \$4th grade.so shut up if u dunt kno

Question:Emily drew a connect the dots puzzle using 120 line segments, Tom drew one with 100 line segments. What fraction, in simplest form, compares the two numbers?

Answers:It would be 100/120, but when simplified it is 5/6.

Question:write the word that describes the lines or line segments. 1.the strings on a guitar 2.the marks left by a skidding car 3.sidewalks on opposite sides of a street 4.the segments that make up a + sign 5.the wires suspended between telephone poles 6.the hands of a clock at 9:00 P.M. 7the trunks of grown trees in a forest. please help. i dont understand this. :(

Answers:1) Parallel 2) Parallel 3) Parallel 4) Perpendicular 5) Parallel 6) Perpendicular 7) Parallel If the instructions are written as you wrote them, then it means pick the word that describes the relationship of the lines in each example. Like with the guitar strings or the sidewalk, these lines run in the same direction so they are parallel. Since a + sign has opposite lines, it is perpendicular, same with 9:00 because the hour hand is horizontal and the minute hand is vertical. Make sense?

Answers:I think I can help with a few... 2/4 = 4/8 2/3 = ?/6 and 5/6 2/3 = 4/6 and 5/6 Brenda has the bigger piece. do a pie chart divided into 6...... 51 + 3 = 54 -26 + 3 = 29 ___________ 25 + 3 = 25 (subtract each set of numbers before and after the 3s) 4/100 and 25 2,542 6/100 and 2542.16

Line, Ray, Line Segment, Plane, Point :The Math Party National Standards Program - www.themathparty.com

Midpoint of a Line Segment :This lesson demonstrates through 3 examples how to use the midpoint of a line segment formula. This is one of a series of math video lessons created for the MPM2D grade 10 Academic math course in the province of Ontario, Canada.