Infinite amount of lower dimensions

Travelling along the circumference of an eternal circle is the same as travelling in a straight line. My question is:

Does an infinite shape become finite when viewed in a higher dimension?

For example: A two dimensional plane can host an infinite number of one dimensional lines, but can only host one infinite two dimensional plane. Likewise an infinite third dimensional space can host an infinite amount of two dimensional planes, but only one  eternal three dimensional space.

So can an eternal circle be a finite circle viewed higher up or an eternal sphere be  a finite sphere from a higher dimension?

Does infinite become finite as we step up a dimension?

If not, then why does the logic work from 1 to 3 dimensions and not further?


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    A circle will always be a circle and the outside line will always be infinite. If u ascend into a dimension that distorts a circle that makes the circumference finite, then it would no longer be a circle unless the perameters of the circle change in that dimension to become circular again and would then become infinite as a circle always will be.

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