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# Cambridge University Press 978-1-107-64783-1 - Geometry: Second Edition David A. Brannan, Matthew F. Esplen and Jeremy J.

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Preface 0 1 Introduction: Geometry and Geometries Conics 1.1 Conic Sections and Conics 1.2 Properties of Conics 1.3 Recognizing Conics 1.4 Quadric Surfaces 1.5 Exercises Summary of Chapter 1 Afne Geometry 2.1 Geometry and Transformations 2.2 Afne Transformations and Parallel Projections 2.3 Properties of Afne Transformations 2.4 Using the Fundamental Theorem of Afne Geometry 2.5 Afne Transformations and Conics 2.6 Exercises Summary of Chapter 2 Projective Geometry: Lines 3.1 Perspective 3.2 The Projective Plane RP 2 3.3 Projective Transformations 3.4 Using the Fundamental Theorem of Projective Geometry 3.5 Cross-Ratio 3.6 Exercises Summary of Chapter 3 Projective Geometry: Conics 4.1 Projective Conics 4.2 Tangents 4.3 Theorems

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viii 4.4 4.5 4.6 Applying Linear Algebra to Projective Conics Duality and Projective Conics Exercises Summary of Chapter 4 248 250 252 255 261 262 276 295 310 317 331 335 343 345 356 367 383 401 412 413 417 424 425 429 438 450 460 464 465 470 470 475 477 482 484 486 488 490 492

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Inversive Geometry 5.1 Inversion 5.2 Extending the Plane 5.3 Inversive Geometry 5.4 Fundamental Theorem of Inversive Geometry 5.5 Coaxal Families of Circles 5.6 Exercises Summary of Chapter 5 Model Hyperbolic Geometry: the Poincare 6.1 Hyperbolic Geometry: the Disc Model 6.2 Hyperbolic Transformations 6.3 Distance in Hyperbolic Geometry 6.4 Geometrical Theorems 6.5 Area 6.6 Hyperbolic Geometry: the Half-Plane Model 6.7 Exercises Summary of Chapter 6 Elliptic Geometry: the Spherical Model 7.1 Spherical Space 7.2 Spherical Transformations 7.3 Spherical Trigonometry 7.4 Spherical Geometry and the Extended Complex Plane 7.5 Planar Maps 7.6 Exercises Summary of Chapter 7 The Kleinian View of Geometry 8.1 Afne Geometry 8.2 Projective Reections 8.3 Hyperbolic Geometry and Projective Geometry 8.4 Elliptic Geometry: the Spherical Model 8.5 Euclidean Geometry Summary of Chapter 8

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Contents Appendix 2: A Primer of Vectors and Vector Spaces Appendix 3: Solutions to the Problems Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Index 495 503 503 517 526 539 549 563 574 583

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