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carbondio379

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If there are points A and B in space, If an object travels a distance from A to any other point between A and B, does that count as converging?

And if the object from point A reach point C (a point between A and B) without traveling a distance, does that count as converging too?

Like if the object at point A use some fictional space manipulation method to teleport to point C. Is that converging?

I am just a 15 year old and I apologize if what I said was stupid

And if the object from point A reach point C (a point between A and B) without traveling a distance, does that count as converging too?

Like if the object at point A use some fictional space manipulation method to teleport to point C. Is that converging?

**My question is if there is a point A(1,1,1) and B(10,10,10)in space. And the coordinates of an object at A is modified and moved to a point C(5,5,5) without physically traveling to point C (assuming we have the technology to do that), does that count as converging? And also when it is transported the object is never occupying the points D(2,2,2),E(3,3,3) or F(4,4,4).**I am just a 15 year old and I apologize if what I said was stupid

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