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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.

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In 1 line is content of 2

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