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This is page 162 Printer: Opaque this 6 Basics of **Euclidean** Geometry Rienn'estbeauquelevrai. |Hermann Minkowski 6.1 InnerProducts, **Euclidean** Spaces In a-ne geometry it is possible to deal with ratios of vectors and barycen-tersofpoints, but there is noway to express the notion of length of aline ...

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6 **Euclidean** Domains, PIDsandUFDs We now consider three classes of integral domains that have additional structure, allowing us to say a good deal more about there algebraic properties.