Unsolved Problems in Geometry
For mathematicians or others who wish to keep up to date with the state of the art of geometrical problems, this collection of problems that are easy to state and understand but are as yet unsolved covers a wide variety of topics including convex sets, polyhedra, packing and covering, tiling, and combinatorial problems. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.
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