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#1 2012-09-26 08:51:18

TARAJS
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Registered: 2011-12-01
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Modern Geometry (College)

Suppose f is a coordinate function for l=(line) AB such that f(A)=0 and f(B)>0. Prove that (ray) AB={P (is an element of) l such that f(P) >=0}

Hint: the definition of ray: the ray AB is the set of points = Segment AB union {P: A*B*P}


HELP PLEASE. This all has to do with Neutral Geometry if that helps any.

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