Let and be the stereographic projection of into the Riemann Sphere . Explain why the image in of the set by the map lies on a circle through , the north pole of . Is it possible to do this question without finding f(C) first?
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Originally Posted by shinn Let (a) Let be the stereographic projection of into the Riemann Sphere . Explain why the image in of the set by the map lies on a circle through , the north pole of . Is it possible to do this question without finding f(C) first? Yes, and is this homework?
No, its from a final past exam paper from UNSW (unversity of new south wales) for MATH2620, November 2007. I am just working through these questions preparing for my final exam and they don't have any solutions.
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