On the Number of Euclidean Ordinary Points for Lines in the Plane

Given an arrangement of n not all coincident, not all parallel lines in the (projective or) Euclidean plane we have earlier shown that there must be at least (5n+6)/39 Euclidean ordinary points.We improve this result to n/6.

By: Jonathan Lenchner; Hervé Brönnimann

Published in: RC23817 in 2005


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