Conic Parameterization in PG(2,25)
AbstractThe main aim of this paper is to parameterize the conics form through the inequivalent 5-arcs in PG (2,25) using one-one correspondence property between line and conic. The inequivalent 6-arcs in PG (2,25), also have been computed with some examples.
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