# Intersect

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**Asymptote**— For other uses, see Asymptote (disambiguation). The graph of a function with a horizontal, vertical, and oblique asymptote …122

**Triangle**— This article is about the basic geometric shape. For other uses, see Triangle (disambiguation). Isosceles and Acute Triangle redirect here. For the trapezoid, see Isosceles trapezoid. For The Welcome to Paradox episode, see List of Welcome to… …123

**Chico, California**— City of Chico   City   City Plaza in Chico …124

**Bézout's theorem**— is a statement in algebraic geometry concerning the number of common points, or intersection points, of two plane algebraic curves. The theorem claims that the number of common points of two such curves X and Y is equal to the product of their… …125

**Hyperbolic geometry**— Lines through a given point P and asymptotic to line R. A triangle immersed in a saddle shape plane (a hyperbolic paraboloid), as well as two diverging ultraparall …126

**Penrose-Hawking singularity theorems**— The Penrose Hawking singularity theorems are a set of results in general relativity which attempt to answer the question of whether gravity is necessarily singular. These theorems answer this question affirmatively for matter satisfying… …127

**Hyperplane at infinity**— In mathematics, in particular projective geometry, the hyperplane at infinity, also called the ideal hyperplane, is an ( n −1) dimensional projective space added to an n dimensional affine space A, such as the real affine n space mathbb{R}^n , in …128

**Fermat point**— In geometry, the first Fermat point, or simply the Fermat point, also called Torricelli point, is the solution to the problem of finding a point F inside a triangle ABC such that the total distance from the three vertices to point F is the… …