ProjectivityYou can drag points P and S, the end-points of the black interval, and most of the lines. |
Here we have two perspectivities,
centred on P and
S, comparing a black interval on its
own black line with two intervals, one
red, one blue,
each on a line
with the same colour as itself.
By the perpectivities, It follows that the red interval is identical or equivalent to the blue, as both are equivalent to the same thing. To paraphrase the ‘First Common Notion’ ^{[video]} — “Two things that are equivalent to a third thing A projective comparison,
such as this, |