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roitman@oberon.math.ukans.edu

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what geometry is taught in college?
Posted: Apr 12, 1995 10:31 AM
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We teach three undergraduate geometry courses: one for future high school
teachers which basically goes over high school geometry, hopefully with a
little more perspective; a course called modern geometries, which is
basically hyperbolic geometry through the Poincare halfplane, and whose
audience is again largely future high school teachers; and differential
geometry, whose audience is largely math majors and majors in fields close
to math (e.g. physics). Of course much of calculus is also concerned with
geometry -- area, arclength, surfaces, curvature, and so on.



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Judy Roitman, Mathematics Department
Univ. of Kansas, Lawrence, KS 66049
roitman@math.ukans.edu
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