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Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Geometry: Includes Plane, Analytic, Transformational, and Solid Geometriesby Barnett Rich
Synopses & Reviews
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Inside Schaum's Outline of Geometry you will find:
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Three million high school students and 172, 000 college students enroll in geometry classes every year. Schaum's Outline of Geometry, Third Edition, is fully updated to reflect the many changes in geometry curriculum, including new terminology and notation and a new chapter on how to use the graphing calculator.
About the Author
Barnett Rich holds a PH.D. from Columbia University. Among his many achievements are the 6 degrees that he earned and the 23 books that he wrote, among them Schaum's Outlines of Elementary Algebra, Modern Elementary Algebra, and Review of Elementary Algebra.
Table of Contents
Fundamentals of Algebra: Laws and Operations.
Lines, Angles, and Triangles.
Parallelograms, Trapezoids, Medians, and Midpoints.
Regular Polygons and the Circle.
Inequalities and Indirect Reasoning.