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In mathematics we can have an infinite number of points between two integers.
This is really circular logic since a point is defined as infinitely small.
Does a point exist anywhere in the physical world or is it simply a convenient mathematical abstraction with no place in reality.
Is space actually divided into infinitely small points? What about time?