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Topic: Some Adventures in Euclidean Geometry
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Michael de Villiers

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Some Adventures in Euclidean Geometry
Posted: Apr 11, 2010 11:53 PM
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The 3rd revised edition of my book "Some Adventures in Euclidean
Geometry" focuses on involving the reader in the mathematical
processes of discovery, conjecturing, proof, refutation, classifying,
etc. It covers many classical geometry results ranging from the Euler
line, Napoleon and Van Aubel?s theorems, the Fermat point, etc., as
well as several new generalizations and results. Many of these are
useful preparation for mathematics competitions.

Now available for purchase as a downloadable PDF at http://www.lulu.com/content/7622884



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