# How many points can you put on a star, before it becomes a circle?

By definition, a circle is an infinite set of points equidistant from a center. thus, to come up with a circle from a star, from scratch, or from anything, you will be needing an infinite set of points.
Infinity Points.
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endless, supposedly... has to do with exponential growth
the star/circle would have to be restricted by total parameter, if it's not then infinity.
ZERO... just draw a line connecting all the five dots at the tips of the star and you get a circle...
The word is Infinite
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if it had infinite points, it would be a circle, so you need one less than that for your maximum.
A point, by it's very definition, is an infinitly small area. This means that it has no size. Therefore, there can be as many as you want and still not make a circle.
It's not possible - a star is a zig zag line, a circle is a shape that the radius is exactly the same length at any point on the circle, in mathematics a cirle is a series of infinitly small straight lines that are at the are at the same angle to the radius at all points. As a star goes in and out, it can never fit the deffinition of a circle.
360 one for each degree in a circle.
0, connet the corners of the star to make a circle

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