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Topic: Non-Euclidean Help
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John A Benson

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Registered: 12/3/04
Non-Euclidean Help
Posted: Jan 25, 2005 9:53 PM
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I am a high school teacher who has never formally studied non-euclidean
geometry. I have a talented, capable senior who wants to study
non-euclidean geometry and ahare what he has learned with several of us,
myself included. He is a good reader and has completed multivariable calc
and Linear algebra. I need to find an appropriate source. He wants a math
book, not a "popular survey" of the subject, and is quite able to learn
mathematics on his own, which is what he will be doing. I need advice about
what materials to get for him. Thanks in advance for your help.

John


John Benson
Evanston Township High School 715 South Boulevard
Evanston Illinois 60204 Evanston IL 60202-2907
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