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    Re: Measuring A Point

    Do you understand now that "measuring" a geometric object means measuring some property or that object that can be given a numerical value? And that a point has no such property?
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    Re: Measuring A Point

    Quote Originally Posted by harpazo View Post
    Moving on....
    What's the point of saying that?
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    Re: Measuring A Point

    Quote Originally Posted by HallsofIvy View Post
    Do you understand now that "measuring" a geometric object means measuring some property or that object that can be given a numerical value? And that a point has no such property?
    Yes. Thank you. Very interesting.
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    Re: Measuring A Point

    Quote Originally Posted by MarkFL View Post
    I think of a point in some space as an entity that has only a location. It has no size or surface area, etc.
    Undefined Terms - MathBitsNotebook (Geo - CCSS Math)
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