#1
How many dimensions does a point have? one,two,three, or none? and how many dimensions does a circle drawn on a piece of paper have? Google wasn't being reliable either
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a point, 0.

a circle, 2.

this isn't geometry, it's just common sense, tbh. i hate real geometry.
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a point, 0.

a circle, 2.

this isn't geometry, it's just common sense, tbh. i hate real geometry.

whys it on my final exam review for geometry then? thanks for the help though
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whys it on my final exam review for geometry then? thanks for the help though


i was being harsh. since coming to university, geometry has been about rotating planes, transforming planes and shapes in higher dimensions and it's just messy and bleh.

sorry.
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#6
A point is a single marker without shape or size, it's just a position in the first dimension.
A circle drawn on some paper will be in the second dimension.
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#11
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yes. yes I do.

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Also, zero dimensions.

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Last edited by LordBishek at Jan 19, 2009,