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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 Benson
Evanston Township High School 715 South Boulevard
Evanston Illinois 60204 Evanston IL 60202-2907
(708) 492-5848 (708) 492-5848

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