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In a hypothetical universe, all the numbers are represented using dots. Each number is represented by that many dots as the value of the number. These dots are then joined by a straight line. The number 2 when represented in this world, would only form a ___.
A .  Line Segment
B .  Rectangle
C .  Triangle
D .  Point
Answer: Option A

In this hypothetical universe, each number is represented by dots such that the number of dots in that universe corresponds to the value of the number it represents in this universe.
Hence, to represent two, we use two dots. When we join two dots by a straight line, we get a line segment and nothing else, as shown. In A Hypothetical Universe, All The Numbers Are Represented ...

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