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Posted by Gfjhgvfgb on June 30, 2004 16:26:56 UTC

a point is the smallest distance possible so it can't be measured it's only measure for other concepts,but there is nothing more basic than it
a dimension is a continuum made by infinite number of points that gives one measure of the position of an object in space
What is matter is not important here because matter does not effect the concert of space;it's geometry-maybe,but the concept of space-not;the only important thing concerning matter is that it moves in sace and it is stated in the laws.
If with relation you mean distance,than distance is the number of points in a straight line between the points you are asking for the relation;and straight line is a line containing the smallest number of ponts between the two ponts and it is only one(see law 4.).
a movement is the change of the distance between two objects
any other questions???

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