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hyperbolic geometry

Hyperbolic Geometry

A non-Euclidean geometry with the following property: Given a linem and a point P not on m, there are infinitely many lines passing through P which are parallel to m. Hyperbolic geometry may be thought of as plane geometry on a surface shaped like the bell of a trumpet.

 

 

See also

Elliptic geometry

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