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comment Chirality of a Möbius band without boundary?
@JesseMadnick Your interpretation of question nr. 1 is correct apart from the fact that I am aware there is only one "version" of the projective plane, therefore I added "w.r.t. ambient space" - this is "embedding in 3space" of studiosus.
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comment Chirality of a Möbius band without boundary?
Which part or sentence in the question is unclear? Just asking.
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comment Chirality of a Möbius band without boundary?
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comment Chirality of a Möbius band without boundary?
Does the edit of my question help?
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comment Chirality of a Möbius band without boundary?
See my edit, I hope that may help. I meant topological behaviour, not metrical, but the mix comes from looking at a projective plane inside an Euclidean space.
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comment Real projective plane and Möbius strip
I posted a question following up on your last remark: math.stackexchange.com/q/830511/706.
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comment Chirality of a Möbius band without boundary?
Sorry but this doesn't help regarding my question about chirality. The context is the real projective plane minus one point, so the boundary has shrinked to this one point.
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asked Chirality of a Möbius band without boundary?
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asked Is there a parametric form for a degenerate conic section?
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answered Quaternions and spatial translations
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comment Is a tangent to a curve in a hyperbolic plane straight?
A projective plane P is not a surface is it? What would be the definition of $T_p(P)$? Is the "Riemannian" of a projective plane with absolute quadric known?
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comment Is a tangent to a curve in a hyperbolic plane straight?
Nice. I would be interesting to see whether a projective plane with absolute quadric could also be used to construct the geodesic on the hyperboloid. In the plane you would then - per your suggestion - just have any straight line. The hyperboloid is projective as well, so a straightforward projection. Then compare whether the results are equal.
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