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What system allows the representation and naming of points in a two-dimensional plane?

cartesian coordinate system


What points are dimensional objects?

None. Points do not have dimensions.


Which are zero-dimensional?

Points.


Are zero dimensional?

Points.


Fill in the blank Points are -dimensional objects?

Zero. Points are zero dimensional objects. Straight lines are one dimensional objects. Planes and surfaces are two dimensional objects. Volumes and polyhedra are examples of three dimensional objects.


What are one-dimensional figure and have infintie length?

Lines! Yes, they are one-dimensional. Points are zero dimensional, planes are two-dimensional, and prisms and such are three dimensional.


What is a boundless 3 dimensional set of all points called?

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.


When naming a triangle does it matter what order the points go in?

yes, it does


How is naming a line segment different from naming a line?

a line segment has two points on it that limits its lengths. A line has an infinite with no endpoints.


Why does a line have to have 2 points?

In geometry, a line is somply a collection of points. However, when naming a line, a line is nemed using two of its points.


Can a line be two-dimensional?

In that case, it wouldn't be called a "line".From superscot85: No, all lines are one-dimensional, just as all points are zero-dimensional.


What is a three dimensional figure that has faces with more than one dimensional figure?

All three dimensional figures have more faces than a one dimensional figure. There are an infinite number of one dimensional points on a three dimensional figure