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    Poincare's Model

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    Poincare's model of Lobachevskian geometry was to say that points of the plane are represented by points in the interior of a circle and lines by both the diameters of the circle and the arcs of circles orthogonal to it. Draw a diagram(s) to illustrate his model and explain his theory.

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    Main points of Poincare's Model are explained.