Set of points used in the theoretical and axiomatized study of reality.
This type of space has the following properties: it is infinite, continuous and three-dimensional, all its elements (points) are identical and all the lines that pass through a same point are identical.
- A line is a one-dimensional space.
- A plane is a two-dimensional space.
- Physical space is a three-dimensional space.
- Therefore, a point is defined as a zero-dimensional space.