# ❰Télécharger❯ ➵ Euclidean plane and its relatives: A minimalist introduction Auteur Anton Petrunin – Horse-zine.co.uk pdf Euclidean plane and its relatives: A minimalist introduction, ebook Euclidean plane and its relatives: A minimalist introduction, epub Euclidean plane and its relatives: A minimalist introduction, doc Euclidean plane and its relatives: A minimalist introduction, e-pub Euclidean plane and its relatives: A minimalist introduction, Euclidean plane and its relatives: A minimalist introduction 7a7d64f9a77 The Book Is Designed For A Semester Long Course In Foundations Of Geometry And Meant To Be Rigorous, Conservative, Elementary And MinimalistList Of Topics Euclidean Geometry The Axioms Half Planes Congruent Triangles Perpendicular Lines Similar Triangles Parallel Lines Triangle GeometryInversive Geometry Inscribed Angles InversionNon Euclidean Geometry Neutral Plane Hyperbolic Plane Geometry Of H PlaneAdditional Topics Affine Geometry Projective Geometry Spherical Geometry Projective Model Complex Coordinates Geometric Constructions Area

## 2 thoughts on “Euclidean plane and its relatives: A minimalist introduction”

1. says:

I like concise textbooks This is one of them In only 100 pages it provides a rigorous introduction to non Euclidean geometry.A couple of complaints The author uses oriented angles in many of his proofs, it takes time to adapt I knocked one star off, because the author s use of English is rough at times.P.S If you don t want to shell out any money for the book, you can download it from the author s webpage.

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I have used the preliminary version of this book in a second year university course on elementary geometry The material is very well chosen andnicely streamlined so that most important aspects of classical Euclidean and non Euclidean geometry are covered The book starts from scratch, no prerequisites but some basic knowledge about real numbers and continuous function is needed Nevertheless the presentation is rigorous and allows the students to learn and understand the axiomatic construction of mathematics, in the same time learning the classical beautiful geometrywhich is so much neglected in schools nowadays.The book contains a good amount of exercises of different degrees of difficulty, some of them with solutions or hints The students liked the materialand the presentation and so did I The book is also very well suited for self study, as many students have confirmed.