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MATH 305 Modern Geometry
Dr. Fenton
"A survey of advanced geometry that incorporates three historical perspectives: synthetic, analytic, and transformational. Topics include advanced results in Euclidean geometry, the role of axiom systems, coordinate methods, non-Euclidean geometry, isometries in the plane, and symmetry groups, with additional topics as time allows."

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"Geometry is the art of careful reasoning from badly drawn figures." 
Henri Poincarè, Dernières Pensées, 1913

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