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Hello!
Ray AB and Ray BA are NEVER the same ray.
Remember that we start off by naming a ray by it’s endpoints. If we have ray AB and ray BA, the both have different endpoints.
I hope this helps!
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Mr.Math

Sometimes….
(1) A and B are the same point: in this case the magnitudes of AB and BA are the same. Although the direction of the rays are both undefined, when A and B are the same point, rays AB and BA are indistinguishable from one another.
(2) A and B are different points: in this case the magnitudes are the same, but the directions are equal and opposite

that’s an extremely lowpoint evidence, so it’s going to remember on the best definition of AB. in case you define AB with the aid of fact the size of the line section between A and B, then that’s sufficient to be conscious that the line section between A and B is the line section between B and A.

no…ray ab and ray ba are not same since ray is unidirectional….so the direction of ray ab and ray ba wud be diffrnt….

Short and simple. No