Geometry for College Students
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Geometry for College Students

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I. Martin Isaacs', author of the well-known ALGEBRA: A GRADUATE COURSE, has written a new text that will make readers appreciate the beauty of geometry, especially what it can teach about deductive reasoning and the nature of mathematical proofs. The author focuses on the two classic themes of geometry: facts and proofs.
Published November 13th 2000 by Thomson Brooks/Cole
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