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ssrs barcode font 19.4A Euclidean Geometry in ObjectiveC
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Euclidean geometry is based on flat planes. A flat object is said to have zero curvature. Elliptic geometry is based on planes that are positively curved, like the surface of a sphere. Hyperbolic geometry is based on planes that are negatively curved and frilly like certain kinds of seaweed. The three kinds of curvature are illustrated in Fig. 196. Fig. 196 Just as with elliptic space, any tiny piece of hyperbolic space is almost flat and will have properties close to those of euclidean space. As pieces get larger, however, they contain more of the warps, bends, and frills that are symptomatic of this space. The word hyperbolic, by the way, has roots meaning excessive and exaggerated.

