Geometry 2 by Marcel Berger, Michael Cole, Silvio Levy

By Marcel Berger, Michael Cole, Silvio Levy

This can be the second one a part of the 2-volume textbook Geometry which supplies a really readable and full of life presentation of huge elements of geometry within the classical feel. an enticing attribute of the e-book is that it appeals systematically to the reader's instinct and imaginative and prescient, and illustrates the mathematical textual content with many figures. for every subject the writer provides a theorem that's esthetically entertaining and simply acknowledged - even if the evidence of an identical theorem should be relatively not easy and hid. Many open difficulties and references to trendy literature are given. one more robust trait of the booklet is that it presents a accomplished and unified reference resource for the sector of geometry within the complete breadth of its subfields and ramifications.

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