line segment

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line segment

[′līn ‚seg·mənt]
(mathematics)
A connected piece of a line.
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line segment

In vector graphics, same as vector.
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The important shot was the 1-ball when I was down 8-7.
"He's figuring out that 1-ball, 2-strike situation a little better.
So much so, that a shot with 15 balls is even easier than a 1-ball shot, provided you can hit the cue ball hard enough (see diagram).