Methods for Euclidean Geometry
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 Authors:
 Owen Byer, Eastern Mennonite University, Virginia
 Felix Lazebnik, University of Delaware
 Deirdre L. Smeltzer, Eastern Mennonite University, Virginia
 Date Published: No date available
 availability: Refer to RE Math Assn, Refer to, Mathematical Assn of America, PO BOX 91112, WASHINGTON DC, 20090112
 format: Hardback
 isbn: 9780883857632
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Euclidean plane geometry is one of the oldest and most beautiful topics in mathematics. Instead of carefully building geometries from axiom sets, this book uses a wealth of methods to solve problems in Euclidean geometry. Many of these methods arose where existing techniques proved inadequate. In several cases, the new ideas used in solving specific problems later developed into independent areas of mathematics. This book is primarily a geometry textbook, but studying geometry in this way will also develop students' appreciation of the subject and of mathematics as a whole. For instance, despite the fact that the analytic method has been part of mathematics for four centuries, it is rarely a tool a student considers using when faced with a geometry problem. Methods for Euclidean Geometry explores the application of a broad range of mathematical topics to the solution of Euclidean problems.
Read more A unique and refreshing approach to teaching Euclidean geometry which will also serve to enhance a student's understanding of mathematics as a whole
 Over a third of the book is given over to detailed problems of varying difficulty, and their solutions
 Some of the same exercises are repeated in different chapters so that the student may see how the same problem may be tackled by a number of different methods
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 format: Hardback
 isbn: 9780883857632
 length: 476 pages
 dimensions: 274 x 195 x 29 mm
 weight: 1.09kg
 availability: Refer to RE Math Assn, Refer to, Mathematical Assn of America, PO BOX 91112, WASHINGTON DC, 20090112
Table of Contents
1. Early history
2. Axioms: from Euclid to today
3. Lines and polygons
4. Circles
5. Length and area
6. Loci
7. Trigonometry
8. Coordinatization
9. Conics
10. Complex numbers
11. Vectors
12. A+ne transformations
13. Inversions
14. Coordinate method with software.
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