**The Elements Of Non-Euclidean Geometry**

by Julian Lowell Coolidge

**Publisher**: Oxford At The Clarendon Press 1909**ISBN/ASIN**: 1603861491**Number of pages**: 282

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Chapters Include: Foundation For Metrical Geometry In A Limited Region; Congruent Transformations; The Three Hypotheses; The Introduction Of Trigonometric Formulae; Analytic Formulae; Consistency And Significance Of The Axioms; The Geometric And Analytic Extension Of Space; The Groups Of Congruent Transformations; Point, Line, And Plane Treated Analytically; The Higher Line Geometry; The Circle And The Sphere; Conic Sections; Quadric Surfaces; Areas And Volumes; Introduction To Differential Geometry; etc.

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