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# If two points are not distinct, are they the same point?

Posted on 2012-09-21
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This is high school geometry question.

In some conditional statments, I see this hypothesis, "If two points are not distinct".
Does this mean if two points are not distinct, then they must be exactly the same point?
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Yes if two points are not distinct then they are the same point.

It's one of those logic problems that's supposed to make you think outside the box.
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distinct means different

so they are not different
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