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Is there any invariance under the inversion mapping?
In geometry, there is a transformation called the inversion mapping which maps nonorthogonal circles into nonorthogonal lines and vice versa.(If I make a mistake, inform me, since I am not very ...
Apr 9 '11 at 4:25
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