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15 July 2023

  • curprev 05:5505:55, 15 July 2023Eric Lengyel talk contribs 2,029 bytes +2,029 Created page with "An ''inversion'' is an improper isometry of Euclidean space. When used as an operator in the sandwich antiproduct, a unitized point $$\mathbf F = F_{px}\mathbf e_1 + F_{py}\mathbf e_2 + F_{pz}\mathbf e_3 + \mathbf e_4$$ is a specific kind of flector that performs an inversion through $$\mathbf F$$. == Calculation == The exact inversion calculations for points, lines, and planes are shown in the following table. {| class="wikitable" ! Type || Inversion |-..."