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Topic: hyperpolic geometry
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mohamed

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From: egypt
Registered: 7/25/13
hyperpolic geometry
Posted: Jul 25, 2013 12:58 AM
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the number of polygon in hyperbolic plane is uncountable
proof

the area of polygon from gauss bonnet theorem is defined by
1/wdv integration i mean and now from Hahn Banach theorem we
can find afunction m/wdv integration which represent an area of polygon and so i have bigger polygon and maximal function from banach theorem the maps are conformal of mobius and lines are distinguished and so m in m/wdv can belong to R


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