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Inverse of simpson line?

  1. Nov 16, 2013 #1
    Reading up on quaternions..
    Got me thinking about the equilateral triangle, the simplest way to enclose infinity.
    Though this infinity is now finite - the simpson line occurs;
    making the new finite, infinite again.

    My question is:
    what is the definition of a structure that is both the normal and the inverse of a single simpson point?

    Does it create a finite range of values such as:
    <∇Δ>
    (the abstract image created)

    Or

    Does it create an infinite range of values such as:
    The 3d infinit area enclosed at the center of a n# 2d hexagram?

    thank you!
     
    Last edited: Nov 16, 2013
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