# Point (geometry)/Related Articles

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- Cartesian coordinates [r]: Set of real numbers specifying the position of a point in two- or three-dimensional space with respect to orthogonal axes.
^{[e]} - Circle (mathematics) [r]: A set of points in a plane defined by equal distance to a point of reference.
^{[e]} - Euclidean geometry [r]: Form of geometry first codified by Euclid in his series of thirteen books,
*The Elements*.^{[e]} - Geometry [r]: The mathematics of spacial concepts.
^{[e]} - Graphic design [r]: Art and profession of selecting and arranging visual elements such as typography, images, symbols, and colours, to convey a message to an audience.
^{[e]} - Line (geometry) [r]: (or
**straight line**) In elementary geometry, a maximal infinite curve providing the shortest connection between any two of its points.^{[e]} - Parabola [r]: The planar curve formed by the points that lie as far from a given line (the directrix) as from a given point (the focus).
^{[e]} - Parallel (geometry) [r]: (of lines or planes) In elementary geometry: having no point in common.
^{[e]} - Plane (geometry) [r]: In elementary geometry, a flat surface that entirely contains all straight lines passing through two of its points.
^{[e]} - Point (disambiguation) [r]:
*Add brief definition or description* - Point-free geometry [r]: A form of geometry in which the primitive notion is that of "region" rather than "point".
^{[e]} - Polar coordinates [r]: Two numbers—a distance and an angle—that specify the position of a point on a plane.
^{[e]} - Polygon [r]: Two-dimensional geometric closed figure bounded by a continuous set of line segments.
^{[e]} - Polytope [r]: The analog to a polygon or polyhedron in any number of dimensions or a polytope in n dimensions is a figure bounded by connected polytopes of dimension n-1.
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