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Q: What is the minimum number of points any line contains?

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The minimum is two points, one point at each end of the line.

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{| |- | A line is defined by naming at least two points. It contains an infinite number of points, but two have to be identified. A line can also be defined by a single point and a direction. |}

well, if a line is considered to conect two points, then two people is the minimum line.

A point has no size, and a line is of infinite length, so it contains an infinite number of points. It takes only two points to describe or identify a line, but number of points it contains is infinte. Actually, even a line segment has an infinite number, since it is not possible to get two points so close together that another point won't fit between them.

It is a part of the number line, and between 2.93 and 2.95 it contains infinitely many points.

There are an infinite number of points on a line.

A line contains at least 2 points.

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