By M. K. Bennett

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It follows that a finite projective plane has the same number of points as lines, and the same number of points on each line as lines through each point. Collinear points and concurrent lines are dual concepts, while a triangle (comprised of three noncollinear points and three nonconcurrent lines) is a self-dual projective figure. In addition to dualizing statements about projective planes, each plane itself has a dual, namely the abstract system whose points are t h e lines of t h e original plane and whose lines a r e the points of the original plane.

The plane in Example 3 has four points and six lines. Each line contains the same number (two) of points, and each set of parallel lines has the same number (again two) of lines. In Example 7, which follows, each line has three points, and each complete set of parallel lines has three lines. This is part of a more general pattern that will be studied in this section. • EXAMPLE 7. The nine-point, twelve-line affine plane: &> = {A, B, C, D, E, F, G, Η, I}, while the lines are the following three-point sets: {ABC} {DEF} {GHI} {ΑΕΙ} {BFG} {CDH} {ADG} {BEH} {CFI} {CEG} {BDI} {AFH} Again it should be verified that the axioms are satisfied, and this involves many cases.

In this case Axiom 3 is said to be independent of Al and A2; a system of axioms, each of which is independent of the others, is called an independent system of axioms. The following three examples show that the axioms for affine planes form an independent system. 2 • EXAMPLE 4: The independence of Al. Let &> = {P,Q,R,S}, and let £ ? = {{PS}, {QR}}. Since there is no line containing Ρ and Q, Axiom Al fails. The two lines {PS} and {QR} are clearly parallel (they have empty intersection as sets), and a check of the various possible cases shows that the parallel axiom holds.