Q: What is a boundless three-dimensional set of all points called?

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A line.

space

A point on a graph, when all nearby points have a smaller value, is called a maximum.

Coplanar.

collinear

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Space is a boundless, three dimensional set of all points. Collinear is a set of points that are all on the same line and is 3 or more points.

Space

No, but there is one called all points east...

Noncollinear points are points which are not all on a common line.

All points on the same line are colinear but if you mean what are the points all called collectively - they represent a "locus of points".

A line.

space

A point on a graph, when all nearby points have a smaller value, is called a maximum.

collinear

Coplanar.

Two or more lines that are the same distance at all points are called parallel lines.

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