Unfortunately I am very ignorant when it comes to mathematics. Please understand and forgive me if this question reflects that. Thank you!
I have an observation: Every curve and every circle in the real world is really just a bunch of straight lines and angles. There is no “real” curve that can be seen.
Take any circle. At some point in the circle, however miniscule, is a straight line. Even if to see it you would have to use a microscope that is so powerful it doesn’t exist, in theory the straight line has to be there. If it weren’t, the curvature of the circle would be so sharp that it would converge on itself. Now take it one step further. If you’d take a microscope to any point in a curve, if you take a small enough space, you’ll find a straight line. For the same reason – if it isn’t straight even as you go infinitely small, then at that point it has to keep curving infinitely, which means it should converge on itself. Since it doesn’t, there must be a straight line there. To get to the next point, also a straight line, there must be an angle.
Is this correct?