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Foundations of geometry for university students and high-school students

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Foundations of geometry for university students and high-school students
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Publisher: arXiv
ISBN/ASIN: 5747702494
Number of pages: 221

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This book is a textbook for the course of foundations of geometry. It is addressed to mathematics students in Universities and to High School students for deeper learning the elementary geometry. It can also be used in mathematics coteries and self-education groups.

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