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Compiled and Solved Problems in Geometry and Trigonometry

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Compiled and Solved Problems in Geometry and Trigonometry
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Publisher: viXra.org
ISBN-13: 9781599732992
Number of pages: 221

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This book includes 255 problems of 2D and 3D Euclidean geometry plus trigonometry. The degree of difficulties of the problems is from easy and medium to hard. The solutions of the problems are at the end of each chapter. The book is especially a didactic material for the mathematical students and instructors.

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