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Advanced Geometry for High Schools: Synthetic and Analytical

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Advanced Geometry for High Schools: Synthetic and Analytical
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Publisher: Copp, Clark
ISBN/ASIN: B0040SY2HK
Number of pages: 236

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Contents: Theorems of Menelaus and Ceva; The Nine-Point Circle; Simpson's Line; Areas op Rectangles; Radical Axis; Medial Section; Miscellaneous Theorems; Similar and Similarly Situated Polygons; Harmonic Ranges and Pencils; The Complete Quadrilateral; Poles and Polars; Maxima and Minima; Miscellaneous Exercises; Loci.

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