An Economics Model for the Smarandache Anti-Geometry

Authors: Roberto Torretti

The Smarandache anti-geometry is a non-euclidean geometry that denies all Hilbert's twenty axioms, each axiom being denied in many ways in the same space. In this paper one finds an economics model to this geometry by making the following correlations: (i) A point is the balance in a particular checking account, expressed in U.S. currency. (Points are denoted by capital letters). (ii) A line is a person, who can be a human being. (Lines are denoted by lower case italics). (iii) A plane is a U.S. bank, affiliated to the FDIC. (Planes are denoted by lower case boldface letters).

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[v1] 11 Mar 2010

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