There is an arc a to b. The length is say 1 unit. There is an another arc c to d, drawn just below a to b, such that it sticks with it (ie. No vertical y space).
Let us say i have my world coordinate system, where measurements with precision of more than 2 decimal "CANNOT" be found out. For example i can have a measurement 1.55 (2 decimal places) but not 1.551 (3 decimal places). That is 2 decimal places is the limit of complexity i can dive into.
Now, in such a world, can i say by intuition that the arc that goes from c to d (which by intuition must be smaller than a to b) must be of length 0.99 unit? (0.99 is something immediate before "1", when i say i have restricted my self to 2 decimal places)