
Finite Geometries and Axiomatic Systems 
An axiomatic system has:a) undefined termsb) a set of axioms which are independent and consistent
An axiomatic system is categorical if there is basically only one model for it (names and objects, of course, may change).
An axiomatic system is complete if the addition of a new axiom is redundant.
A categorical axiomatic system is complete!!!!!
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