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roger
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May4-06, 07:53 AM
P: 319
I wanted to know if euclidean geometry is to do with the real world ?

generalisations of vector space to anything that satisfies the axioms for a vector space can be made, but how can geometry be studied without reference to the real world ?

roger
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