Only two points.
Two. Two points determine a line. Three points determine a plane.
There are an infinite number of points between any two numbers on the real number line.
In principle, yes. The length is the value of the higher label minus the value of the lower label.
A line contains an infinite number of points but it takes only two points to determine a line.
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If you have two points on a number line, the formula for distance is:|a-b| (|=absolute value)
well, if a line is considered to conect two points, then two people is the minimum line.
In Euclidean geometry each line contains a minimum of an infinite number of points. In projective geometry, though, a line may have as few as two points.
The distance between any two points on a number line is the absolute value of the difference of the coordinates.
Any piece of a line has an infinite number of points on it, whether it's straight or curved. A line segment is a section of a line bounded by two endpoints. A line is continuous, but a line segment, is a segment of a line.
Not sure what two non-consecutive points are. No two points are consecutive in the sense that an infinite number of points can be found between any two points.