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Note that we are here considering the orientation, or chirality, of any ordered quadruple of points, rather than only those quadruples which are adjacent to a fifth tetravalent atom, as is customary in chemistry. A classical example in which the chirality is important is that of tartaric acid, which has three distinct molecular forms, known as dextro, levo, and meso. It is this compound which Pasteur in 1848 first separated into the dextro and levo forms by inspecting crystals with a magnifying glass and sorting them into two mirror-image groups; see any standard organic chemistry text such as Morrison and Boyd (1987).

1. 1: The dual M of a matroid polytope M* whose vertex figure M*/7 cannot be prescribed arbitrarily. The dual M* of M is a rank 5 oriented matroid whose facets by definition are the complements of the positive circuits of M. 1 we find that M* has the following 13 facets: 1245 1246 1256 1356 1357 1367 1467 2356 2357 2367 2457 2467. 1457 For instance, 1245 is a facet because the vectors 3, 6 and 7 are positively depen- dent. 1. Let Q be any 4-polytope whose vertices form a realization of M*. Then Q is a simplicial polytope whose facets are indexed by the facets of M*.

Without loss of generality, we may assume that point P is the origin, and by a similarity transformation, that point Q has coordinates (1, 10). Let point R have coordinates (c, 0). Then we can compute that point S must have coordinates ((9 + 9c)/8, (81 + 9c)/8). However, from -1 = bl > slope of QR, we see that c < 11. Hence b4 > slope of PS = (9 + c)/(1 + c) > 5/3, as desired. 2: A line arrangement whose slopes are not arbitrarily prescribable. 1 Exercises Direct each edge of the complete bipartite graph K3,3 arbitrarily.

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