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abia ubong
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i was thinking can anyone findv the area of a straight line and also can anyone determine the area of a point or dot as the case maybe ,any suggestions wiil be appreciated
hypermorphism said:Also, check out the fun things that are called space-filling curves.
noslen answered this.abia ubong said:not really noslen i still need more proof,my friend says he has a proof that its 0 using a triangle,so can u help
The area of a line cannot be determined, as a line is a one-dimensional object with no surface area.
A line is a one-dimensional object that extends infinitely in two directions, while a point is a specific location in space with no size or dimension.
A point has no area, as it is a single location with no size or dimension.
No, the area of a line or point cannot be measured, as they do not have any physical size or dimension.
The concept of determining the area of lines and points is used in mathematics and science to understand and analyze geometric shapes and their properties. It is also used in real-world applications such as mapping and surveying.