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No, it can only get very close.In theory, can a circle be so large that connecting 3 points on that circle result in a degenerate triangle?

The Planck length has no relevance in mathematics, and even in physics it is not the "smallest step size" or anything like that.

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Points in math takes up no space. It is just a concept.If the length of a straight line drawn between two points on a circle is Planck distance, how can another point fall between those 2 points?

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