Basic Concepts in Solid Geometry

  • Antonio Caminha Muniz Neto
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Abstract

From an informal viewpoint, the main difference between the material of the previous chapters (i.e., Plane Euclidean Geometry), and that of this and the subsequent ones (i.e., Solid Euclidean Geometry) lies in the fact that we now have one more dimension to play with. In other words, instead of working in a single (two-dimensional) plane, we shall now have the entire (three-dimensional) space at our disposal.

References

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    A.V. Akopyan, A.A. Zaslavsky, Geometry of Conics (Providence, AMS, 2007)Google Scholar
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    E.E. Moise, Elementary Geometry from an Advanced Standpoint (Addison-Wesley, Boston, 1963)Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Antonio Caminha Muniz Neto
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  1. 1.Universidade Federal do CearáFortalezaBrazil

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