I would guess about 100 feet.

In a 2D picture it is often hard to judge depth. When a 2D picture is produced from a 3D scene (either a real scene or a scene in a computer), depth information is lost.

Now think about the **line segment**
between the two points.
A line segment is the straight path between two points.
It has no thickness.
There is only one line segment between the two points.

Again, if you did not already have the concept of "line" the above definition would not be enough to learn it. The phrase "straight path" designates the concept that is being defined. In 3D graphics you mostly deal with line segments. In geometry, lines continue without end. A line segment is the part of a line between two points.

In geometry books the world *line* is usually not
defined.
It (like *point*) is an undefined concept
used to define other objects.
Books give pictures and examples of lines and hope that
somehow you will come to understand what a line is by
looking at them.

Often people say "line" when properly they should say "line segment." These notes will do that also, since line segments are so common.

Could you stretch a length of wire between the two points?