This may sound strange, and of course completely paradoxical, but what exactly are the properties of a triangle which has its points an infinite distance apart?
I have been toying with dimensions recently, kick started by an idea I had for a puzzle game using more than 3 dimensions, and being the sort of person that always needs a "how", I think that I'm in the process of developing a model for dimesions 3 and above.
I'll explain that when I think it works.
On a normal triangle, of the three vectors between the three points, only two of them are needed to pinpoint the location of a point inside its area. Is this true on such a paradoxical shape?
And please, keep it in laymans terms, I have only just finished my GCSEs...