# Projective plane

• 1 projective plane

• 2 projective plane

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• 4 projective plane

проективная плоскость
• 5 projective plane

• 6 projective plane

• 7 projective plane

plan proiectiv
• 8 projective plane

• 9 projective plane

n. geom. проекциона рамнина
• 10 projective plane

płaszczyzna rzutowa
• 11 projective plane

проективная плоскость
• 12 projective plane

• 13 projective half-plane

• 14 projective half-plane

• 15 projective half-plane

• 16 проективная плоскость

• 17 проективная плоскость

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• Complex projective plane — In mathematics, the complex projective plane, usually denoted CP2, is the two dimensional complex projective space. It is a complex manifold described by three complex coordinates where, however, the triples differing by an overall rescaling are… …   Wikipedia

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• Projective space — In mathematics a projective space is a set of elements constructed from a vector space such that a distinct element of the projective space consists of all non zero vectors which are equal up to a multiplication by a non zero scalar. A formal… …   Wikipedia

• Projective transformation — A projective transformation is a transformation used in projective geometry: it is the composition of a pair of perspective projections. It describes what happens to the perceived positions of observed objects when the point of view of the… …   Wikipedia

• projective geometry — the geometric study of projective properties. [1880 85] * * * Branch of mathematics that deals with the relationships between geometric figures and the images (mappings) of them that result from projection. Examples of projections include motion… …   Universalium

• Plane at infinity — In projective geometry, the plane at infinity is a projective plane which is added to the affine 3 space in order to give it closure of incidence properties. The result of the addition is the projective 3 space, P^3 . If the affine 3 space is… …   Wikipedia

• Plane curve — In mathematics, a plane curve is a curve in a Euclidean plane (cf. space curve). The most frequently studied cases are smooth plane curves (including piecewise smooth plane curves), and algebraic plane curves. A smooth plane curve is a curve in a …   Wikipedia