Geometry Honors
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is XY (with a > over it) equal to YX (with a > over it) in other words, the ray XY and the ray YX...
Can anyone please clarify this for me...?

not at all.
The ray XY has its origin at X, and points to Y
The ray YX has its origin at Y, and points to X
They are opposite rays.
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