Board Inversion

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Inversion is defined by , where and are the center and radius of a circle and is the exponent of inversion. Usually , in which case angles are preserved and lines and circles are mapped to lines or circles. In general, the mapping interchanges points inside and outside the circle of inversion.

Contributed by: Michael Schreiber (September 2007)
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