A point is a zero-dimensional object - it has zero size (zero length, zero width, and zero height). A point represents location (or position) in Euclidean space. It is displayed as a dot and named by an italic capital letter. Examples of points are:
Bins in Two Dimensions
- P = 5 for one dimension
- P = (2,3) in two dimensions
- P = (3,4,5) for three dimensions
- Finds the line given by two points
- Finds the distance between two points on a line
- Finds the distance between a point and a line in 2D.
- Finds the distance between a point and a plane in 3D.