Well, if you take that as an infinite path than anything that starts and ends in the same place would be infinite, this would include say a square, just pointing out the obvious though, so please ignore meOriginally posted by Adam
If I draw a circle on the ground, is it not considered an infinite path?
Yeah, but with spherical objects, such as a circle you would not be able to put segments on it. While with a square you could. Thus infinity still holds true to spherical objects, whereas infinity can't be done with geometric angles, such as the square which has two or more lines with distinct points.Originally posted by moooocow
Well, if you take that as an infinite path than anything that starts and ends in the same place would be infinite, this would include say a square, just pointing out the obvious though, so please ignore me
That means that it does not have a boundary, which, to me at least, is not equivalent to "infinite."What I mean is, if you draw a circle on the ground and start walking along the line, you will never reach the end of it.