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in the usual 2d Euclidean plane we know we have a limited number of symmetry groups that describe certain kinds of symmetries.

Could we add richness to our "vocabulary of symmetries" by considering symmetries on the Riemann sphere, and then stereographically project onto the plane?

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# Symmetries on the sphere

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