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2015-2016 Catalog

MATH 323 Geometry

Various geometries are considered including absolute, Euclidean, and the classical non-Euclidean geometries. General properties of axiomatic systems, models, and the role of Euclidean geometry in the development of other branches of mathematics are discussed.

Prerequisite

MATH 162 or permission of instructor

Corequisite

MATH 263 or permission of instructor; reading and writing proofs will be a significant part of the course, so MATH 290 could be useful, though it is not a prerequisite

Offered

Fall semester of even-numbered years

Instructor

Staff