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5; q 2 /. 2. 5; q 2 /. 3; q 2 /. 3; q 2 /. 3; q 2 / that all lie in a plane and pass through a point x. Let H be the set of points on the lines of V . 5; q/ there corresponds a point x of H . 5; q/ correspond distinct points x; x 0 of H (a plane of QC contains at most one line of Q). 5; q/, these q 2 C 1 lines are mapped onto the q 2 C 1 points of the image of y. H; V; I/ where I is the natural incidence relation. 3; q 2 /. But now by a celebrated result of F. Buekenhout and C. 3; q 2 /. The proof just given is in J.

Q/ which are incident with a given point form a flat pencil of lines, hence their images on QC form a line of Q. 4; q/. 4; q/. 4; q/. Then the 3-space L0 L1 intersects Q in an hyperbolic quadric having reguli fL0 ; L1 ; : : : ; Lq g and fM0 ; M1 ; : : : ; Mq g. 4; q/. 4; q/ is coregular. 4; q/ is regular or antiregular according as q is even or odd. q/) is not self-dual. So let q be even. The tangent 3-spaces of Q all meet in one point n, the nucleus of Q [80]. 3; q/ not containing n. 3; q/. 3; q/.

3; q 2 /. 3; q 2 /. 3; q 2 / that all lie in a plane and pass through a point x. Let H be the set of points on the lines of V . 5; q/ there corresponds a point x of H . 5; q/ correspond distinct points x; x 0 of H (a plane of QC contains at most one line of Q). 5; q/, these q 2 C 1 lines are mapped onto the q 2 C 1 points of the image of y. H; V; I/ where I is the natural incidence relation. 3; q 2 /. But now by a celebrated result of F. Buekenhout and C. 3; q 2 /. The proof just given is in J.