Elementary Geometry for College Students

Front Cover
Cengage Learning, Jan 1, 2010 - Mathematics - 624 pages
0 Reviews
Building on the success of its first four editions, the Fifth Edition of this market-leading text covers the important principles and real-world applications of plane geometry, with a new chapter on locus and concurrence and by adding 150-200 new problems including 90 designed to be more rigorous. Strongly influenced by both NCTM and AMATYC standards, the text takes an inductive approach that includes integrated activities and tools to promote hands-on application and discovery.
Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Contents

Line and Angle Relationships
1
Parallel Lines
71
Triangles
127
Quadrilaterals
177
Similar Triangles
219
Circles
277
Locus and Concurrence
323
Areas of Polygons and Circles
351
Surfaces and Solids
403
Analytic Geometry
449
Introduction to Trigonometry
495
Appendices
537
Selected Exercises and Proofs
571
Glossary
595
Index
599
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2010)

Daniel C. Alexander, now retired, taught mathematics at the secondary and college levels for over 40 years. His final 25 years of teaching were at Parkland College in Champaign, Illinois; before retirement, his position at Parkland College was as mathematics professor emeritus. Although Professor Alexander held undergraduate and graduate degrees from Southern Illinois University, he also completed considerable post graduate course work as well. He delivered many talks and participated in various panel discussions at mathematics conferences of IMACC, AMATYC, and ICTM. Further, he had numerous published articles in the ICTM, NCTM,and AMATYC mathematics journals.

Geralyn M. Koeberlein, now retired, taught mathematics at Mahomet-Seymour High School in Mahomet, Illinois for 34 years. She taught several levels of math, from Algebra I to AB Calculus. In the last few years of her career, Geralyn was also Chair of the Math and Science Department. After receiving her Master's Degree from the University of Illinois early in her teaching years, Geralyn continued her education by receiving over 90 hours of post graduate credit. She was a member of the the ICTM and the NCTM.

Bibliographic information