Finally, we need to check that the Axiom h-V holds; that is, we need to prove the following claim.
Claim For any h-line \(\ell\) and any h-point \(P\notin\ell\) there are at least two h-lines that pass thru \(P\) and have no points of intersection with \(\ell\).
- Instead of Proof
Applying the main observation we can assume that \(P\) is the center of the absolute.
The remaining part of the proof can be guessed from the picture
Show that in the h-plane there are 3 mutually parallel h-lines such that any pair of these three lines lies on one side of the remaining h-line.
Look at the diagram and think.