• Loser66
In hyperbolic geometry. Playfair's Postulate (i.e., the Euclidean parallel postulate) is replaced by the following statement: If l is a line and if P is a point not on l, then there exists AT LEAST 2 lines through P that are parallel to l. 1) This statement contradicts the Euclidean parallel postulate. Does this mean that none of the theorems from Euclidean geometry are valid in hyperbolic geometry? My answer: surely not. Other Euclidean postulates are applied on hyperbolic geometry. My problem: I don't know what hyperbolic geometry is. I am making a research about it but didn't (cnt. in c
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