IJPAM: Volume 44, No. 3 (2008)


R. Kolar-Šuper$^1$, Z. Kolar-Begovic$^2$, V. Volenec$^3$, J. Beban-Brkic$^4$
$^1$Faculty of Teacher Education
University of Osijek
Lorenza Jägera 9, Osijek, 31 000, CROATIA
e-mail: rkolar@ufos.hr
$^2$Department of Mathematics
University of Osijek
Gajev trg 6, Osijek, 31 000, CROATIA
e-mail: zkolar@mathos.hr
$^3$Department of Mathematics
University of Zagreb
Bijenicka c. 30, Zagreb, 10 000, CROATIA
e-mail: volenec@math.hr
$^4$Faculty of Geodesy
University of Zagreb
Kaciceva 26, Zagreb, 10 000, CROATIA
e-mail: jbeban@geof.hr

Abstract.The isogonality with respect to the triangle and inversion with respect to the circle will be defined in an isotropic plane. The images of some lines and points with respect to these mappings will be studied.

Received: December 17, 2007

AMS Subject Classification: 51N25

Key Words and Phrases: isotropic plane, isogonality, inversion

Source: International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics
ISSN: 1311-8080
Year: 2008
Volume: 44
Issue: 3