There are more points on a two-dimensional plane than on a one-dimensional line or not?
Answer from: Paul Grischel:
Psychologist. Helping kids and adults cope with bad moods and understand...
Or not so. What points? Physical or mathematical?
The word plane already carries in itself the property of two-dimensionality, so the word: two-dimensional, is superfluous. Approximately like if you say salted salt. Sincerely
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