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  2. 1 dimension (1d) doesn't exist if there is a point it also has two coordinates
    1 years ago by Amrita Pandey
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    A point is just a location in space.We can see it as a point in a line which is one dimensional . This one dimensional line lies in 2-d plane. So in order to tell where is the point in the plane we have to specify it by using an ordered pair . for example if the point is on x-axis 5 meters away from origin then we tell its location by using the point (5 0) means it is 5 meters away from origin in horizontal direction and o meters away from origin in vertical direction .
    2 months ago by sunny g

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