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Topic: Hilbert-plane
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John Conway

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Re: Hilbert-plane
Posted: Jan 31, 2001 10:55 AM
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On 31 Jan 2001, Anonymous wrote:

> Could anybody proove, why Desargues theorem is not valid in the
> Hilbert-plane?
>

If I only knew what "the Hilbert-plane" WAS, maybe I could
prove THAT Desargues' theorem isn't valid there, but I don't
know what would count as an explanation of WHY that's so!

John Conway



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