### Some articles on *points, point*:

... Debuted in the league in 1969 and scored 11,549

**points**and 6,178 rebounds in 631 games ... Established various records in the league

**Points**in a career - Rubén Rodríguez - 11,549 ...

**Points**in a season - Rubén Rodríguez - 810 (1979) ...

... drawn on a right circular cylinder a screw surface is then obtained by drawing lines from every

**point**of this spiral perpendicular to its axis ... line of the cylinder passing through the initial

**point**of the spiral for its axis ... From every

**point**of the curve of intersection, perpendiculars are drawn to the axis ...

... The lower line, y ≈ 0.267n which connects the

**points**for n = 30, 60, and 90 is misleading ... If the plot were continued, there would be

**points**below it ... how gentle the slope of a line (through the origin) is, there will eventually be

**points**of the plot below the line ...

... A projective plane consists of a set of lines, a set of

**points**, and a relation between

**points**and lines called incidence, having the following properties Given any two distinct ... Given any two distinct lines, there is exactly one

**point**incident with both of them ... There are four

**points**such that no line is incident with more than two of them ...

... The geometric definition of a constructible

**point**is as follows ... First, for any two distinct

**points**P and Q in the plane, let L(P, Q ) denote the unique line through P and Q, and let C (P, Q ) denote the unique circle with center P, passing through Q ... Then a

**point**Z is constructible from E, F, G and H if either Z is in the intersection of L(E, F ) and L(G, H ), where L(E, F ) ≠ L(G, H ) Z is in the intersection of C (E, F ) and C (G, H ...

### Famous quotes containing the word points:

“In writing biography, fact and fiction shouldn’t be mixed. And if they are, the fictional *points* should be printed in red ink, the facts printed in black ink.”

—Catherine Drinker Bowen (1897–1973)

“The men who carry their *points* do not need to inquire of their constituents what they should say, but are themselves the country which they represent: nowhere are its emotions or opinions so instant and so true as in them; nowhere so pure from a selfish infusion.”

—Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

“There are good *points* about all such wars. People forget self. The virtues of magnanimity, courage, patriotism, etc., etc., are called into life. People are more generous, more sympathetic, better, than when engaged in the more selfish pursuits of peace.”

—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)