I ask this because it seems that there is no distinction between 0 and an infinitesimal. Similarly, it also seems that an infinite number of one dimensional lines can equal R2, and the same seems to go for R2 to R3, and R3 to R4.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I only know basic calculus, so I am probably generalizing the concepts and not understanding the finer details.

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# Does an infinite number of zeros equal R1?

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