### Some articles on *points, point*:

... plane consists of a set of lines, a set of

**points**, and a relation between

**points**and lines called incidence, having the following properties Given any two distinct

**points**, there is ... Given any two distinct lines, there is exactly one

**point**incident with both of them ... There are four

**points**such that no line is incident with more than two of them ...

... then obtained by drawing lines from every

**point**of this spiral perpendicular to its axis ... cone which has the generating line of the cylinder passing through the initial

**point**of the spiral for its axis ... From every

**point**of the curve of intersection, perpendiculars are drawn to the axis ...

... The geometric definition of a constructible

**point**is as follows ... First, for any two distinct

**points**P and Q in the plane, let L(P, Q ) denote the unique line through P and Q, and let C (P, Q ) denote the unique circle ... Then a

**point**Z is constructible from E, F, G and H if either Z is in the intersection of L(E, F ) and L(G, H ), where L(E, F ) ≠ L(G, H ) Z is in the intersection of C (E, F ) and C (G, H ), where C (E, F ) ≠ C (G ...

... Debuted in the league in 1969 and scored 11,549

**points**and 6,178 rebounds in 631 games ... Established various records in the league

**Points**in a career - Rubén Rodríguez - 11,549 ...

**Points**in a season - Rubén Rodríguez - 810 (1979) ...

... The lower line, y ≈ 0.267n which connects the

**points**for n = 30, 60, and 90 is misleading ... If the plot were continued, there would be

**points**below it ... slope of a line (through the origin) is, there will eventually be

**points**of the plot below the line ...

### Famous quotes containing the word points:

“Sometimes apparent resemblances of character will bring two men together and for a certain time unite them. But their mistake gradually becomes evident, and they are astonished to find themselves not only far apart, but even repelled, in some sort, at all their *points* of contact.”

—Sébastien-Roch Nicolas De Chamfort (1741–1794)

“The dominant metaphor of conceptual relativism, that of differing *points* of view, seems to betray an underlying paradox. Different *points* of view make sense, but only if there is a common co-ordinate system on which to plot them; yet the existence of a common system belies the claim of dramatic incomparability.”

—Donald Davidson (b. 1917)

“Mankind is not a circle with a single center but an ellipse with two focal *points* of which facts are one and ideas the other.”

—Victor Hugo (1802–1885)