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I guess my question should be - Why are the dimensions of length and breadth continuous?"

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You assume that space is physically continuous. This is not a given. There are quantum space-time theories as well as continuous space-time theories. Math can handle both.Why are the dimensions of length and breadth continuous?"

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I guess my question should be - Why are the dimensions of length and breadth continuous?"

It's because that's part of the principle and concepts of geometry.

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That is exactly my point. if geometry were changed so that the number of regular polygons was finite, is there any way to know what the result would be?

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That is exactly my point. if geometry were changed so that the number of regular polygons was finite, is there any way to know what the result would be?

The result would be that you will have a limit on the number of sides that a polygon can have. And whatever results from that is also included in that result.

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