Spatial geometry

Points, lines and planes

In spatial geometry, primitive concepts (and therefore accepted without definition) are the concepts of point, line and plane. We usually use the following notation:

  • points: capital letters of our alphabet

  • straight: lowercase letters of our alphabet

  • plans: lowercase letters of the Greek alphabet

Note: Space is the set of all points.

For example, from the following figure we can write:

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