Geometry II, Volume 2

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Springer Science & Business Media, 1987 - Mathematics - 406 pages
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This is the second of a two-volume textbook that provides a very readable and lively presentation of large parts of geometry in the classical sense. For each topic the author presents a theorem that is esthetically pleasing and easily stated, although the proof may be quite hard and concealed. Yet another strong trait of the book is that it provides a comprehensive and unified reference source for the field of geometry in the full breadth of its subfields and ramifications.

  

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Contents

I
1
II
3
III
13
IV
16
V
21
VI
24
VII
36
VIII
43
XLVIII
210
XLIX
213
L
218
LI
219
LII
221
LIII
227
LIV
228
LV
232

IX
50
X
55
XI
59
XII
70
XIII
79
XIV
86
XV
88
XVI
91
XVII
94
XVIII
97
XIX
99
XX
101
XXI
105
XXII
110
XXIII
114
XXIV
116
XXV
117
XXVI
122
XXVII
125
XXVIII
129
XXIX
134
XXX
139
XXXI
142
XXXII
143
XXXIII
146
XXXIV
147
XXXV
149
XXXVI
150
XXXVII
157
XXXVIII
159
XXXIX
163
XL
166
XLI
170
XLII
171
XLIII
173
XLIV
178
XLV
182
XLVI
192
XLVII
203
LVI
239
LVII
245
LVIII
248
LIX
250
LX
255
LXI
257
LXII
273
LXIII
276
LXIV
279
LXV
281
LXVI
284
LXVII
292
LXVIII
298
LXIX
304
LXX
305
LXXI
311
LXXII
318
LXXIII
320
LXXIV
326
LXXV
329
LXXVI
331
LXXVII
334
LXXVIII
336
LXXIX
343
LXXX
345
LXXXI
349
LXXXII
350
LXXXIII
351
LXXXIV
353
LXXXV
354
LXXXVI
356
LXXXVII
358
LXXXVIII
359
LXXXIX
361
XC
363
XCI
379
XCII
383
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Michael Cole is Professor of Communication and Psychology and Director of the Laboratory of Comparative Human Cognition at the University of California, San Diego.