Further Geometry

  • O. Perry
  • J. Perry
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Part of the Macmillan Master Series book series

Abstract

Traditional or Euclidean geometry (named after Euclid) comprises a few basic axioms which are so obviously true that no proof is necessary, and a sequence of theorems, the proof of each theorem following from those earlier in the sequence. Formal proofs of theorems are not given here, since they are no longer required in the syllabus of the major Examining Boards, but a number of the important theorems are stated, with examples to show how they are applied to problems in geometry.

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  • O. Perry
  • J. Perry

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