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We now show that it is possible to assign arbitrarily the position of three points, A, B, and C, on the locus (besides the points S and S'); but, these three points being chosen, the locus is completely determined. 63. This statement is equivalent to the following: Given three pairs of corresponding rays in two projective pencils, it is possible to find a ray of one which corresponds to any ray of the other. 64. We proceed, then, to the solution of the fundamental PROBLEM: Given three pairs of rays, aa', bb', and cc', of two protective pencils, S and S', to find the ray d' of S' which corresponds to any ray d of S.

To get a clear conception of their relative motion we may fix the points L and M of the quadrangle K, L, M, N (Fig. 6). Then, as B describes the point-row AC, the point N describes the point-row AM perspective to it. Projecting N again from C, we get a pointrow K on AL perspective to the point-row N and thus projective to the point-row B. Project the point-row K from M and we get a point-row D on AC again, which is projective to the point-row B. For every point B we have thus one and only one point D, and conversely.

As noted above, we can find self-corresponding points arbitrarily close to P, and it appears, then, that we can take a point D as close to P as we wish, and yet the distance between the corresponding points D' and P' approaches d as a limit, and not zero, which contradicts the postulate of continuity. 50. It follows also that two projective pencils which have the same center may have no more than two self-corresponding rays, unless the pencils are identical. For if we cut across them by a line, we obtain two projective point-rows superposed on the same straight line, which may have no more than two selfcorresponding points.

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