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Q: What capital letter resembles a point in geometry?

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A point is one of basic terms in geometry,it just specifies an exact location, we identify this point with a number or letter. example : .A .B .C .Y

A point in geometry is defined as any exact location on a plane. It has no size, even if it is represented on a graph by a dot. A point has no measurement - it is just one specific place, and it is usually named with a capital letter. So 5 examples on any graph could include A, B, C, D, and E as points.

Point, line and plane ARE terms from geometry.

Point ; Line ; Plane - Remember the Point-Line-Plane Postulate

A point

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On my multiple choice geometry quiz, a point is defined as: "It has no size, width, or height. It is represented by a dot and named by a capital letter."

A point is one of basic terms in geometry,it just specifies an exact location, we identify this point with a number or letter. example : .A .B .C .Y

A point in geometry shows you where the line segment ends/startsEx) A._____.B Or ._____>BA point is where two lines cross. More than two can cross but that is of no consequence. The two lines might be the coordinate lines on a graph which define the point.A point is a vertex

A point in geometry is defined as any exact location on a plane. It has no size, even if it is represented on a graph by a dot. A point has no measurement - it is just one specific place, and it is usually named with a capital letter. So 5 examples on any graph could include A, B, C, D, and E as points.

A point is a vertex

Point, line and plane ARE terms from geometry.

Is a point is named by a lowercase letter? I don't think so. A point is labeled by capital letters.

the point is represent location , it has no dimension and it is named using capital letter\s .

A point.

An angle can be named with one capital letter when the point represented by the letter is at the vertex (the endpoint of the two rays, lines, etc.)

Point ; Line ; Plane - Remember the Point-Line-Plane Postulate

A point.

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