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3. Consider a geometry with five points a, b, c, d, and e. Let the lines consist of sets of two
points. There are ten lines in this geometry. Show that, for every point P not on a line I, there are
at least two lines parallel to I.

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3. Consider a geometry with five points a, b, c, d, and e. Let the lines consist of sets of two points. There are ten lines in this geometry. Show that, for every point P not on a line I, there are at least two lines parallel to I.

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