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No its not.It's simpler than it seems,
No you don't.you just exclude the surrounding resistors outside the two points and find the total resistance.
Faulty reasoning. Those outer paths have increasing resistance.Gotta be close to 0 with all those paths in parallel.
How long did it take you to solder together an infinite number of resistors, and how did you get so many?By measurement, 1.42 ohms. .95 ohm cornertocorner for one square. Those infinite alternate paths cancel their effects.