partial plane

partial plane

[′pär·shəl ′plān]
(mathematics)
In projective geometry, a plane in which at most one line passes through any two points.
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Consequently, two lines of a partial plane have at most one point in common.
A Latin square has clearly girth g = [infinity] because the position matrices of its elements are permutation matrices yielding the incidence matrix of a partial plane consisting in a set of parallel lines (since they have no common point).
w])i" , then lines i(u) and i"(w) have the point j"(z) in common, j" [not equal to] j, j', yielding that the partial plane defined by the position matrix of F contains the triangle j(x)j'(y)j"(z).
3] considering symbol (0; 0) different from 0, and it is the incidence matrix of a partial plane consisting in [q.
rn] is the incidence matrix of a partial plane consisting in r parallel lines, each one having n points.
the fez is a child, youth, and family center, built in 1979, with 4 upper floors and partial planes, with a ngf of 36,000 m2, with leisure facilities, among other swimming pool, gymnasium, theater, large foyer, banquet facilities, office and multi-purpose rooms.
3 boxes and 3 garages are created on 6 partial planes.
The FEZ is a child, youth, and family center, built in 1979, with 4 upper floors and partial planes, with a NGF of 36,000 mA, with leisure facilities, inter alia, swimming pool, gymnasium, theater, large foyer, Banquet Facilities , office and multi-purpose rooms.

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