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accepted Do infinitely many points in a plane with integer distances lie on a line?
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comment Do infinitely many points in a plane with integer distances lie on a line?
But since we're given an infinite number of points, how can we restrict the circle to have a radius of r? Couldn't I say that if you place more than n points on a straight line of length 'n' (where n is an integer), the distance between two consecutive points is not an integer?
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comment Do infinitely many points in a plane with integer distances lie on a line?
I haven't got down to paper and pen with this, but would it not be possible to place points in a circle with integer distances between any two points?
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asked Do infinitely many points in a plane with integer distances lie on a line?