Elements Of Geometry

LEGARE STREET Press, 2023 M07 18 - 458 páginas

This classic textbook, first published in 1795, is a comprehensive introduction to Euclidean geometry. Written by three eminent Scottish mathematicians, John Davidsons, John Playfair, and William Wallace, it covers topics such as points, lines, angles, circles, and polygons, as well as more advanced topics such as conic sections and spherical geometry. This book is a timeless resource for anyone interested in the foundations of geometric reasoning.

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