Q:

Which description best defines FG¯¯¯¯¯?the set containing point F and point Gthe set of all points between point F and point Gthe set of all points that are the same distance from point F as point Gthe set of all points between point F and point G, including point F and point G

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A:
“FG¯¯¯¯¯” refers to segment FG, where points F and G are the endpoints. A segment is a part of a line which consists of two points (which are called the endpoints) and the set of all points between them. Therefore, segment FG is described as the set of all points between points F and G, including point F and point G (which are the endpoints).