:: Planes in Affine Spaces
:: by Wojciech Leo\'nczuk, Henryk Oryszczyszyn and Krzysztof Pra\.zmowski
::
:: Received December 5, 1990
:: Copyright (c) 1990-2016 Association of Mizar Users
:: (Stowarzyszenie Uzytkownikow Mizara, Bialystok, Poland).
:: This code can be distributed under the GNU General Public Licence
:: version 3.0 or later, or the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike
:: License version 3.0 or later, subject to the binding interpretation
:: detailed in file COPYING.interpretation.
:: See COPYING.GPL and COPYING.CC-BY-SA for the full text of these
:: licenses, or see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html and
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environ
vocabularies DIRAF, SUBSET_1, ANALOAF, AFF_1, INCSP_1, STRUCT_0, XBOOLE_0,
TARSKI, RELAT_1, PARSP_1, AFF_2, ARYTM_3, AFF_4;
notations TARSKI, XBOOLE_0, SUBSET_1, STRUCT_0, ANALOAF, DIRAF, AFF_1, AFF_2;
constructors AFF_1, AFF_2;
registrations XBOOLE_0, STRUCT_0;
requirements SUBSET, BOOLE;
begin
reserve AS for AffinSpace;
reserve a,b,c,d,a9,b9,c9,d9,p,q,r,x,y for Element of AS;
reserve A,C,K,M,N,P,Q,X,Y,Z for Subset of AS;
theorem :: AFF_4:1
(LIN p,a,a9 or LIN p,a9,a) & p<>a implies ex b9 st LIN p,b,b9 & a ,b // a9,b9
;
theorem :: AFF_4:2
(a,b // A or b,a // A) & a in A implies b in A;
theorem :: AFF_4:3
(a,b // A or b,a // A) & A // K implies a,b // K & b,a // K;
theorem :: AFF_4:4
(a,b // A or b,a // A) & (a,b // c,d or c,d // a,b) & a<>b
implies c,d // A & d,c // A;
theorem :: AFF_4:5
(a,b // M or b,a // M) & (a,b // N or b,a // N) & a<>b implies M // N;
theorem :: AFF_4:6
(a,b // M or b,a // M) & (c,d // M or d,c // M) implies a,b // c,d;
theorem :: AFF_4:7
(A // C or C // A) & a<>b & (a,b // c,d or c,d // a,b) & a in A &
b in A & c in C implies d in C;
theorem :: AFF_4:8
q in M & q in N & a in M & b in N & b9 in N & q<>a & q<>b & M<>N
& (a,b // a9,b9 or b,a // b9,a9) & M is being_line & N is being_line & q=a9
implies q=b9;
theorem :: AFF_4:9
q in M & q in N & a in M & a9 in M & b in N & b9 in N & q<>a & q
<>b & M<>N & (a,b // a9,b9 or b,a // b9,a9) & M is being_line & N is being_line
& a=a9 implies b=b9;
theorem :: AFF_4:10
(M // N or N // M) & a in M & b in N & b9 in N & M<>N & (a,b //
a9,b9 or b,a // b9,a9) & a=a9 implies b=b9;
theorem :: AFF_4:11
ex A st a in A & b in A & A is being_line;
theorem :: AFF_4:12
A is being_line implies ex q st not q in A;
definition
let AS,K,P;
func Plane(K,P) -> Subset of AS equals
:: AFF_4:def 1
{a: ex b st a,b // K & b in P};
end;
definition
let AS,X;
attr X is being_plane means
:: AFF_4:def 2
ex K,P st K is being_line & P is being_line & not K // P & X = Plane(K,P);
end;
theorem :: AFF_4:13
not K is being_line implies Plane(K,P) = {};
theorem :: AFF_4:14
K is being_line implies P c= Plane(K,P);
theorem :: AFF_4:15
K // P implies Plane(K,P) = P;
theorem :: AFF_4:16
K // M implies Plane(K,P) = Plane(M,P);
theorem :: AFF_4:17
p in M & a in M & b in M & p in N & a9 in N & b9 in N & not p in P &
not p in Q & M<>N & a in P & a9 in P & b in Q & b9 in Q & M is being_line & N
is being_line & P is being_line & Q is being_line implies (P // Q or ex q st q
in P & q in Q);
theorem :: AFF_4:18
a in M & b in M & a9 in N & b9 in N & a in P & a9 in P & b in Q
& b9 in Q & M<>N & M // N & P is being_line & Q is being_line implies (P // Q
or ex q st q in P & q in Q);
theorem :: AFF_4:19
X is being_plane & a in X & b in X & a<>b implies Line(a,b) c= X;
theorem :: AFF_4:20
K is being_line & P is being_line & Q is being_line & not K // Q
& Q c= Plane(K,P) implies Plane(K,Q) = Plane(K,P);
theorem :: AFF_4:21
K is being_line & P is being_line & Q is being_line & Q c= Plane
(K,P) implies P // Q or ex q st q in P & q in Q;
theorem :: AFF_4:22
X is being_plane & M is being_line & N is being_line & M c= X &
N c= X implies M // N or ex q st q in M & q in N;
theorem :: AFF_4:23
X is being_plane & a in X & M c= X & a in N & (M // N or N // M)
implies N c= X;
theorem :: AFF_4:24
X is being_plane & Y is being_plane & a in X & b in X & a in Y &
b in Y & X<>Y & a<>b implies X /\ Y is being_line;
theorem :: AFF_4:25
X is being_plane & Y is being_plane & a in X & b in X & c in X &
a in Y & b in Y & c in Y & not LIN a,b,c implies X = Y;
theorem :: AFF_4:26
X is being_plane & Y is being_plane & M is being_line & N is
being_line & M c= X & N c= X & M c= Y & N c= Y & M<>N implies X = Y;
definition
let AS,a,K such that
K is being_line;
func a*K -> Subset of AS means
:: AFF_4:def 3
a in it & K // it;
end;
theorem :: AFF_4:27
A is being_line implies a*A is being_line;
theorem :: AFF_4:28
X is being_plane & M is being_line & a in X & M c= X implies a*M c= X;
theorem :: AFF_4:29
X is being_plane & a in X & b in X & c in X & a,b // c,d & a<>b
implies d in X;
theorem :: AFF_4:30
A is being_line implies ( a in A iff a*A = A );
theorem :: AFF_4:31
A is being_line implies a*A = a*(q*A);
theorem :: AFF_4:32
K // M implies a*K=a*M;
definition
let AS,X,Y;
pred X '||' Y means
:: AFF_4:def 4
for a,A st a in Y & A is being_line & A c= X holds a*A c= Y;
end;
theorem :: AFF_4:33
X c= Y & ( X is being_line & Y is being_line or X is being_plane
& Y is being_plane ) implies X=Y;
theorem :: AFF_4:34
X is being_plane implies ex a,b,c st a in X & b in X & c in X & not LIN a,b,c
;
theorem :: AFF_4:35
M is being_line & X is being_plane implies ex q st q in X & not q in M;
theorem :: AFF_4:36
for a,A st A is being_line ex X st a in X & A c= X & X is being_plane;
theorem :: AFF_4:37
ex X st a in X & b in X & c in X & X is being_plane;
theorem :: AFF_4:38
q in M & q in N & M is being_line & N is being_line implies ex X
st M c= X & N c= X & X is being_plane;
theorem :: AFF_4:39
M // N implies ex X st M c= X & N c= X & X is being_plane;
theorem :: AFF_4:40
M is being_line & N is being_line implies (M // N iff M '||' N);
theorem :: AFF_4:41
M is being_line & X is being_plane implies (M '||' X iff ex N st
N c= X & (M // N or N // M) );
theorem :: AFF_4:42
M is being_line & X is being_plane & M c= X implies M '||' X;
theorem :: AFF_4:43
A is being_line & X is being_plane & a in A & a in X & A '||' X
implies A c= X;
definition
let AS,K,M,N;
pred K,M,N is_coplanar means
:: AFF_4:def 5
ex X st K c= X & M c= X & N c= X & X is being_plane;
end;
theorem :: AFF_4:44
K,M,N is_coplanar implies K,N,M is_coplanar & M,K,N is_coplanar
& M,N,K is_coplanar & N,K,M is_coplanar & N,M,K is_coplanar;
theorem :: AFF_4:45
M is being_line & N is being_line & M,N,K is_coplanar & M,N,A
is_coplanar & M<>N implies M,K,A is_coplanar;
theorem :: AFF_4:46
K is being_line & M is being_line & X is being_plane & K c= X &
M c= X & K<>M implies (K,M,A is_coplanar iff A c= X);
theorem :: AFF_4:47
q in K & q in M & K is being_line & M is being_line implies K,M,
M is_coplanar & M,K,M is_coplanar & M,M,K is_coplanar;
theorem :: AFF_4:48
AS is not AffinPlane & X is being_plane implies ex q st not q in X;
theorem :: AFF_4:49
AS is not AffinPlane & q in A & q in P & q in C & q<>a & q<>b &
q<>c & a in A & a9 in A & b in P & b9 in P & c in C & c9 in C & A is being_line
& P is being_line & C is being_line & A<>P & A<>C & a,b // a9,b9 & a,c // a9,c9
implies b,c // b9,c9;
theorem :: AFF_4:50
AS is not AffinPlane implies AS is Desarguesian;
theorem :: AFF_4:51
AS is not AffinPlane & A // P & A // C & a in A & a9 in A & b in
P & b9 in P & c in C & c9 in C & A is being_line & P is being_line & C is
being_line & A<>P & A<>C & a,b // a9,b9 & a,c // a9,c9 implies b,c // b9,c9;
theorem :: AFF_4:52
AS is not AffinPlane implies AS is translational;
theorem :: AFF_4:53
AS is AffinPlane & not LIN a,b,c implies ex c9 st a,c // a9,c9 & b,c // b9,c9
;
theorem :: AFF_4:54
not LIN a,b,c & a9<>b9 & a,b // a9,b9 implies ex c9 st a,c // a9
,c9 & b,c // b9,c9;
theorem :: AFF_4:55
X is being_plane & Y is being_plane implies (X '||' Y iff ex A,P
,M,N st not A // P & A c= X & P c= X & M c= Y & N c= Y & (A // M or M // A) & (
P // N or N // P) );
theorem :: AFF_4:56
A // M & M '||' X implies A '||' X;
theorem :: AFF_4:57
X is being_plane implies X '||' X;
theorem :: AFF_4:58
X is being_plane & Y is being_plane & X '||' Y implies Y '||' X;
theorem :: AFF_4:59
X is being_plane implies X <> {};
theorem :: AFF_4:60
X '||' Y & Y '||' Z & Y <> {} implies X '||' Z;
theorem :: AFF_4:61
X is being_plane & Y is being_plane & Z is being_plane & ( X
'||' Y & Y '||' Z or X '||' Y & Z '||' Y or Y '||' X & Y '||' Z or Y '||' X & Z
'||' Y ) implies X '||' Z;
theorem :: AFF_4:62
X is being_plane & Y is being_plane & a in X & a in Y & X '||' Y
implies X=Y;
theorem :: AFF_4:63
X is being_plane & Y is being_plane & Z is being_plane & X '||'
Y & X<>Y & a in X /\ Z & b in X /\ Z & c in Y /\ Z & d in Y /\ Z implies a,b //
c,d;
theorem :: AFF_4:64
X is being_plane & Y is being_plane & Z is being_plane & X '||' Y & a
in X /\ Z & b in X /\ Z & c in Y /\ Z & d in Y /\ Z & X<>Y & a<>b & c <>d
implies X/\Z // Y/\Z;
theorem :: AFF_4:65
for a,X st X is being_plane ex Y st a in Y & X '||' Y & Y is being_plane;
definition
let AS,a,X such that
X is being_plane;
func a+X -> Subset of AS means
:: AFF_4:def 6
a in it & X '||' it & it is being_plane;
end;
theorem :: AFF_4:66
X is being_plane implies ( a in X iff a+X = X );
theorem :: AFF_4:67
X is being_plane implies a+X = a+(q+X);
theorem :: AFF_4:68
A is being_line & X is being_plane & A '||' X implies a*A c= a+X;
theorem :: AFF_4:69
X is being_plane & Y is being_plane & X '||' Y implies a+X = a+Y;