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Millimeters can be used as a measurement for items smaller than one centimeter

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The ratio of the spacing of the fingers and the distance from your eye will be the same as the ratio of the height of the object to its distance from you, so Hf/Df = Ho/Do and Do = HoDf/Hf

a line. Note, to be a polygon, the minimum number of sides is 3. In topology, you can have a '1-sided' object, which is called a Moebius strip.

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lines used to indicate all visible edges of an object