Suzanne Reichel is a senior at the Universty of Wisconsin in Madison. She is a mathematics major, and plans to attend graduate school after her undergraduate studies. This paper was written during the summer of 1999 at Tulane University as part of a National Science Foundation Research Expereince for Undergradtes program. She worked with Kyen Waldron, a student at the University of Oregon and Professor James Rogers of Tulane University. She is currently working with Professor Peter Orlik at the University of Wisconsin in Madison researching hyperplane arrangements in complex projective space. She also enjoys science fiction, cooking, tutoring and visiting her family in Minneapolis, MN.

Kyen Waldron worked on the paper with Suzy Reichel in the NSF funded Reserach Experience for Undergraduates program at Tulane University during the summer of 1999. Our faculty advisor was James Rogers. She will graduate from the University of Oregon in June 2000 with a bachelor of arts in mathematics and will pursue a masters degree in mathematics from the University of Oregon beginning in fall 2000. She also plan to obtain a teaching certificate and will probably go into mathematics education.