A line can be long or short. A line can be flat or slant or vertical. If a line is rotated in any direction, it remains to be a line.

**Describing
lines**

A line can be long or short. A line can be flat
or slant or vertical. If a line is rotated in any direction, it remains to be a
line. So, given below (Fig. 4.3) are lines in different positions.

But the following (Fig.4.4) are not lines.

If the length of a line is ignored, then it can
be extended in both the directions without ending as in (Fig. 4.5) given below.
A line through two points A and B is written as or . Also
it is denoted by a letter ' *l* ' .

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