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Q: A point has zero deminsion and a line has two?

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It's true that a point has no dimensions. But a line has one dimension, not two. A plane has two dimensions, a solid has three, and that's about all that ordinary people can visualize.

A point has zero dimensions; a line has only one direction, which is length. Two-dimensional objects have length and width, and therefore area.

The origin, O is the point where the value on the number line is zero. Locate the a point 3 units to the left of the Origin, O and another point that is 5 units to the right of the origin. Join the two points with a straight line.

A point zero dimensional can exist in a to dimensional plane because it occupies the zero point in both dimensions.

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The origin, O is the point where the value on the number line is zero. Locate the a point 3 units to the left of the Origin, O and another point that is 5 units to the right of the origin. Join the two points with a straight line.

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