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  1. Geometry by Ray Jurgensen, Richard G. Brown, 2000-01
  2. Elementary Geometry For College Students by Daniel C. Alexander, Geralyn M. Koeberlein, 2006-01-10
  3. Geometry the Easy Way by Lawrence S. Leff, 1997-08-18
  4. Geometry Workbook For Dummies (For Dummies (Math & Science)) by Mark Ryan, 2006-11-06
  5. Geometry for Dummies by Wendy, PhD Arnone, 2001-09-29
  6. Geometry by Ron Larson, 2006-05-12
  7. Geometry of Design: Studies in Proportion and Composition by Kimberly Elam, 2001-08-01
  8. Sacred Geometry (Wooden Books) by Miranda Lundy, 2001-04-01
  9. Sacred Geometry: Philosophy and Practice (Art and Imagination) by Robert Lawlor, 1989-03
  10. Geometry (Cliffs Quick Review) by Edward Kohn, 2001-05-29
  11. Sacred Geometry: Deciphering the Code by Stephen Skinner, 2006-11-01
  12. Geometry Success in 20 Minutes a Day, 2nd Edition (Skill Builders) by LearningExpress Editors, 2005-09-25
  13. Sacred Geometry by Janosh, 2007-11
  14. Computational Geometry: Algorithms and Applications by Mark de Berg, Otfried Cheong, et all 2008-04

161. Algebraic Geometry
Algebraic geometry. Algebraic geometry seems to have acquired the reputation of being esoteric, exclusive, and very abstract, with
Algebraic Geometry
Algebraic geometry seems to have acquired the reputation of being esoteric, exclusive, and very abstract, with adherents who are secretly plotting to take over all the rest of mathematics. In one respect this last point is accurate. David Mumford
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162. 1Sound Healing And Sacred Geometry With Jim Albani
Vibrational and therapeutic aspects of sound healing and sacred geometry. Workshops available with Jim Albani.
Jim Albani offers workshops on sound healing and sacred geometry.
Sound Healing explores the esoteric healing aspects of therapeutic sound and its vibrational healing qualities in balancing body - mind - spirit.
Sacred Geometry explores forms - Star Tetrahedron, Star of David, Flower of Life, Vesica Pisces, Platonic Solids, Merkaba - as metaphors for walking this earth walk. This site is best viewed with
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163. FlipCode - 3D Geometry Primer
The 3D geometry Primer, by Bram de Greve, takes you through a range of mathematics related to 3D graphics. It starts out very simple

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    165. FirstName LastName
    Texas A+M University. Number theory and geometry, classical and noncommutative.
    Paula B. COHEN, Professor
    (married name: Paula B.C. TRETKOFF) Office: Milner 332 Phone:
    E-mail: pcohen
    • BSc Hons. Hons., Applied Mathematics (1978) and Pure Mathematics (1979), University of Sydney, Australia PhD, Mathematics, Nottingham University, United Kingdom, 1985
    Research Interests
    • Number Theory Geometry, classical and non-commutative
    Graduate Course Spring 2004: Course number: Math 662603
    Homework exercises : a copy will be sent each week to student's individual neo account.
    : Dr Paula Cohen
    Title : Seminar in Number Theory II
    Time : TR 2:20-3:35
    Location : to be announced
    Text : Transcendental Number Theory
    by Alan Baker, Cambridge University Press, 2nd edition, paperback 1990
    (first printed 1975), available on for $20.00 The topic of the course will be Irrationality and Transcendence Prerequisites:
    It will be useful for the student to have knowledge of basic Number Theory (at
    the level, for example, of "An Introduction to the Theory of Numbers", 5th edition, Niven, Zuckerman and Montgomery, John Wiley and Sons, 1991). For some

    166. J.Top
    University of Groningen. Arithmetic algebraic geometry.
    Department of Mathematics and Computing Science
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    Affiliation Professional biography Onderwijs Research Pi in de Pieterskerk Thomas-Day Ph.D. Positions available!

    Dr. J. Top
    University of Groningen, Department of Mathematics
    P.O. Box 800, 9700 AV Groningen, The Netherlands
    Tel: +31 (0)50 3633986
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    E-mail: Professional biography Onderwijs
    Lineaire Algebra 1

    MRI Master Class course Elliptic Curves
    Aspects of Algebra Postscript files van een aantal dictaten kan je hier downloaden. Dat zijn: Differentiaal- en integraalrekening (met Henk de Snoo) Lijnen, vlakken en uilen Kwadrieken Algebra 1 (groepen) ... Algebra (ringen, lichamen, modulen; dit is een bewerking van het dictaat van Oort, Lenstra en Van Geemen) Dynkin diagrammen/wortelsystemen Coderingstheorie Algebra en Meetkunde Local fields ... Riemann surfaces (dictaat van M. van der Put) Research Other information Speeltuin van de wiskunde , edited by Bart de Smit and Jaap Top. Comments via J. Top Last update: April 18, 2004

    167. - The CAD Componenents Company
    Graphics libraries for Delphi developers, such as an OpenGL canvas, hidden lines algorithms, and geometry data management. - the cad components company about products download forum ... home - The CAD components
    T he software division of IBAG AG ( is a young company with very experienced developers. Our strengths are flexibility, practice and an absolute concentration on offering user- and developerfriendly tools.
    L et us know your experiences with our tools. That's what we would need to help you and to support you. Let us be a part of your development and let us assist you. Whatever questions or suggestions you will have - don't hesitate to inform HiddenLines - the math way
    C alculating hidden lines based on pure mathematics is a very important feature for a variety of applications. Use this library for controlling industrial plotters, generating your own device outputs. Additionally you will find the
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    168. Lecture Notes On General Relativity
    Download lecture notes on special relativity, general relativity, differential geometry, and spherically symmetric spacetimes in postscript format.
    General Relativity
    This homepage contains lecture notes on the course of general relativity FX2/H97 read in the fall semester 1997 at the Physics Institute of NTNU, Trondheim. Some parts were added later. It is still under construction (see the dates of last revision of each chapter). Some viewers do not allow to see the PS-files on the screen. However, you can download it (using the 'save'-command) and print it on a PostScript printer.

    Special relativity

    Basic concepts of general relativity

    Spherically symmetric spacetimes

    A supplementary text on lower level can be found in lecture notes on cosmology which was read in the fall semester 1999 as a part of another course. To get more information contact, please, the author.
    Readers may find interesting also other web-pages on general relativity referred at Hillman's list and Syracuse University list
    Petr Hadrava, Astronomical Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, 251 65 Ondrejov, Czech Republic tlf.: +420 204 620 141

    169. Thabit
    Gives information on background and contributions to noneuclidean geometry, spherical trigonometry, number theory and the field of statics. Was an important translator of Greek materials, including Euclid's Elements, during the Middle Ages.
    Al-Sabi Thabit ibn Qurra al-Harrani
    Born: 826 in Harran, Mesopotamia (now Turkey)
    Died: 18 Feb 901 in Baghdad, (now in Iraq)
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    Thabit ibn Qurra was a native of Harran and a member of the Sabian sect. The Sabian religious sect were star worshippers from Harran often confused with the Mandaeans (as they are in [1]). Of course being worshipers of the stars meant that there was strong motivation for the study of astronomy and the sect produced many quality astronomers and mathematicians. The sect, with strong Greek connections, had in earlier times adopted Greek culture, and it was common for members to speak Greek although after the conquest of the Sabians by Islam, they became Arabic speakers. There was another language spoken in southeastern Turkey, namely Syriac, which was based on the East Aramaic dialect of Edessa. This language was Thabit ibn Qurra's native language, but he was fluent in both Greek and Arabic. Some accounts say that Thabit was a money changer as a young man. This is quite possible but some historians do not agree. Certainly he inherited a large family fortune and must have come from a family of high standing in the community.

    170. Private Page Berge
    University Bordeaux. Algebraic number theory and geometry of numbers. Publications, recent work, and links.
    • phone: +33-5-56-84-61-31 (From France : 05-56-84-61-31) fax : +33-5-56-84-69-50 (From France : 05-56-84-69-50)

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    I am a Mathematics professor at the University Bordeaux 1. My general field of research is number theory. After working for several years on algebraic number theory (Galois module structures, regulators and discriminants), I am presently interested in geometry of numbers.
    Links to WEB pages of some mathematicians working on lattices and coding theory.
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    171. Michael Volpato
    Princeton University. Arithmetic geometry.
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    Michael Volpato
    Well somehow, through the ether, you have discovered my home-page. Feel free to browse around, there is not much here at the moment... that's not to say that one day there will be something here! What is here is mostly for my benefit, not yours. :p However, since you came all this way, let me tell you a bit about myself: I am a pure mathematician, more specifically, I am an arithmetic geometer, well, more truthfully, a budding arithmetic geometer. I am Australian. I was born in Cambridge, UK. I grew up in Hobart, Tasmania (Australia). I completed my undergraduate studies in mathematics at the University of Melbourne. After which I did a Master's degree (in mathematics, of course) at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. I am now a first year PhD student in mathematics at Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA. My avocation from number theory is progressive DJing. Sooner or later I'll include some streams and pictures of my DJing exploits. I'm also an avid weightlifter, and I enjoy doing various martial arts: Tae Kwon-Do, Kung-Fu, and I dabble in Brazilian Jui Jitsu. Though various injuries have prevented me from doing so for a while.

    172. An Invitation To Arithmetic Geometry
    Dino Lorenzini. Additions, corrections, review, preface.
    An Invitation to Arithmetic Geometry
    Professor Kleinert reviews the book in Zentralblatt fur Mathematik and writes: extremely carefully written, masterfully thought out, and skil[l]fully arranged introduction and quite so an invitation, as promised to the arithmetic of algebraic curves, on the one hand, and to the algebro-geometric aspects of number theory, on the other hand. Detailed discussions, full proofs, much effort at thorough motivations, a wealth of illustrating examples, numerous related exercises and problems, hints for further reading, and a rich bibliography characterize this text as an excellent guide for beginners in arithmetic geometry... a highly welcome addition to the existing literature. The book was developed from the notes of a year-long course taught at UGA. It is intended for upper level undergraduates and graduate students. The reviewer in Zentralblatt stresses the innovation in Professor Lorenzini's ``quite unconventional way'' of teaching arithmetic geometry. The text... does justice to its author's method[olog]ical intentions in a very remarkable and, what is more, nearly perfect manner,... a method[olog]ical inspiration for teachers of the subject.

    173. MG Metric Geometry
    Metric geometry section of the mathematics eprint arXiv.
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    18 May math.MG/0405310 Improving Dense Packings of Equal Disks in a Square. David W. Boll , Jerry Donovan , Ronald L. Graham , Boris D. Lubachevsky . 9 pages. The Electronic Journal of Combinatorics , vol 7 (1), 2000, #R46. MG
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    1 Jun math.DG/0405583 Filling area conjecture and ovalless real hyperelliptic surfaces. Victor Bangert , Christopher Croke , Sergei V.

    A summer school for students in number theory, algebra and algebraic geometry. Sophus Lie Conference Center, Nordfjordeid, Norway; 1620 August 2004.
    16.-20. August 2004
    Sophus Lie Conference Center, Nordfjordeid, Norway
    Don Zagier (MPI, Bonn)
    Organizing committee:
    Program: The summer school is particularly aimed at students in number theory, algebra and algebraic geometry.
    The course will consist of three intertwined lecture series, "Elliptic modular forms and their applications" (Don Zagier)
    "Hilbert modular forms and their applications" (Jan Bruinier)
    "Siegel modular forms and their applications" (Gerard van der Geer) The first of these will treat the classical one-variable theory and some of its many applications in number theory (representations of numbers by quadratic forms, irrationality and transcendence results, moments of periodic functions, ...), algebraic geometry (counting of coverings of curves), and mathematical physics (appearance of modular forms in percolation theory, string theory, etc.) The second, which has a more geometric flavor, will give an introduction to the theory of Hilbert modular forms in two variables (i.e., over real quadratic fields), the geometry of Hilbert modular surfaces, and to Borcherds products and the Borcherds lifting. The third will give an introduction to Siegel modular forms (both scalar- and vector-valued) and present a beautiful application to the theory of curves of finite fields (Harder's conjecture).

    175. ThinkQuest : Library : Ptolemy's Ptools
    Using tools of yesterday, and tools specially created for this site, Ptolemy Ptools will give you geometry projects to do with your 3D computer games as well as projects to take outside and explore the world.
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    Ever wonder how high a cloud is? You can calculate altitude right from your own backyard and this site will tell you how. It will also show you how to have fun while completing math projects. Learn more about Claudius Ptolemy, a famous Greek mathematician. Check out quadrants and the properties of triangles. Do math projects which measure trees, buildings, cloud altitude, wind speed, and the altitude of a model rocket flight. Visit Site 1998 ThinkQuest Internet Challenge Languages English Students Carl home schooled, Corey home schooled, Coaches Kye Palm Beach County Library, West Palm Beach, FL, United States Shelley home schooled, Want to build a ThinkQuest site? The ThinkQuest site above is one of thousands of educational web sites built by students from around the world. Click here to learn how you can build a ThinkQuest site. Privacy Policy

    176. Natural Operations In Differential Geometry
    Natural operations in differential geometry by Ivan Kolar, Jan Slovak and Peter W. Michor published by SpringerVerlag in 1993. DVI, PostScript and PDF.
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    Natural operations in differential geometry
    by Ivan Kolar, Jan Slovak and Peter W. Michor
    Paper version originally published by Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 1993
    ISBN 3-540-56235-4 (Germany) Download the whole book as one file:
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    ] (2,945,143 bytes) The aim of this book is threefold: First it should be a monographical work on natural bundles and natural operators in differential geometry. This is a field which every differential geometer has met several times, but which is not treated in detail in one place. Let us explain a little, what we mean by naturality.
    Second this book tries to be a rather comprehensive textbook on all basic structures from the theory of jets which appear in different branches of differential geometry. Even though Ehresmann in his original papers from 1951 underlined the conceptual meaning of the notion of an $r$-jet for differential geometry, jets have been mostly used as a purely technical tool in certain problems in the theory of systems of partial differential equations, in singularity theory, in variational calculus and in higher order mechanics. But the theory of natural bundles and natural operators clarifies once again that jets are one of the fundamental concepts in differential geometry, so that a thorough treatment of their basic properties plays an important role in this book. We also demonstrate that the central concepts from the theory of connections can very conveniently be formulated in terms of jets, and that this formulation gives a very clear and geometric picture of their properties.

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    179. The CGAL Home Page
    A collaborative effort to develop a robust, easy to use, and efficient C++ software library of geometric

    180. Archive Of American Patchwork Quilt Designs
    Archive includes downloadable drawings, quilt blocks and photo illustrations.

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