Taxicab Geometry: An Adventure in NonEuclidean GeometryThis entertaining, stimulating textbook offers anyone familiar with Euclidean geometry ? undergraduate math students, advanced high school students, and puzzle fans of any age ? an opportunity to explore taxicab geometry, a simple, nonEuclidean system that helps put Euclidean geometry in sharper perspective. 
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Review: Taxicab Geometry: An Adventure in NonEuclidean Geometry
User Review  Bob Finch  GoodreadsI read this charming little book almost 20 years ago, and it has stuck with me since. An elementary introduction to noneuclidean geometry from an intuitive "space". It is not deep, but it is enjoyable and, for me, memorable. Read full review
Review: Taxicab Geometry: An Adventure in NonEuclidean Geometry
User Review  GoodreadsI read this charming little book almost 20 years ago, and it has stuck with me since. An elementary introduction to noneuclidean geometry from an intuitive "space". It is not deep, but it is enjoyable and, for me, memorable. Read full review
Contents
WHAT IS TAXICAB GEOMETRY?  1 
SOME APPLICATIONS  11 
SOME GEOMETRIC FIGURES  21 
DISTANCE FROM A POINT TO A LINE  31 
TRIANGLES  45 
FURTHER APPLICATIONS TO URBAN GEOGRAPHY  51 
SOME DIRECTIONS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH  63 