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The zeroth dimension has no height, width, nor length. It can also be called the point. To show the position of something in zero-dimensional space, no information is needed; hence, all 0D coordinates are simply $()$. When a zero-dimensional shape is part of a larger one, it is called a vertex.

Zero-dimensional polytopes are called polya, sing. polyon, (by Holomanga) or polyoint (by Googleaarex, using Aarex's polytope naming system).

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