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MATH 130 Spring 2017-2018 / Section: 001 / Class number: 13210

Classical Geometry
Science Ctr 310 (FAS)
Monday 10:00 AM - 10:59 AM; Wednesday 10:00 AM - 10:59 AM; Friday 10:00 AM - 10:59 AM

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Presents several classical geometries, these being the affine, projective, Euclidean, spherical and hyperbolic geometries. They are viewed from many different perspectives, some historical and some very topical. Emphasis on reading and writing proofs.

MATH 130 Spring 2016-2017 / Section: 001 / Class number: 11651

Classical Geometry
Science Ctr 216 (FAS)
Friday 14:00-14:59; Wednesday 14:00-14:59; Monday 14:00-14:59

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Presents several classical geometries, these being the affine, projective, Euclidean, spherical and hyperbolic geometries. They are viewed from many different perspectives, some historical and some very topical. Emphasis on reading and writing proofs.

MATH 130 Spring 2015-2016 / Section: 001 / Class number: 13745

Classical Geometry
Science Ctr 411 (FAS)
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 11:00am - 11:59am

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Presents several classical geometries, these being the affine, projective, Euclidean, spherical and hyperbolic geometries. They are viewed from many different perspectives, some historical and some very topical. Emphasis on reading and writing proofs.

Mathematics 130 Spring 2014-2015

Classical Geometry
Clifford Taubes
Science Center 507
Tu., Th., 11:30-1

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Presents several classical geometries, these being the affine, projective, Euclidean, spherical and hyperbolic geometries. They are viewed from many different perspectives, some historical and some very topical. Emphasis on reading and writing proofs.

Mathematics 130 Fall 2013-2014

Classical Geometry
Andrew W. Cotton-Clay
Tuesday, Thursday 11:30am - 1:00pm

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Presents several classical geometries, these being the affine, projective, Euclidean, spherical and hyperbolic geometries. They are viewed from many different perspectives, some historical and some very topical. Emphasis on reading and writing proofs.

Mathematics 130 Fall 2012-2013

Classical Geometry
Clifford Taubes
Tuesday, Thursday 11:30am - 1:00pm

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Presents several classical geometries, these being the affine, projective, Euclidean, spherical and hyperbolic geometries. They are viewed from many different perspectives, some historical and some very topical. Emphasis on reading and writing proofs.

Mathematics 130 Spring 2011-2012

Classical Geometry
Michael J. Hopkins
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 1:30pm - 2:30pm

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Presents axioms for several geometries (affine, projective, Euclidean, spherical, hyperbolic). Develops models for these geometries using three-dimensional vector spaces over the reals, or over finite fields. Emphasis on reading and writing proofs.

Mathematics 130 Fall 2010-2011

Classical Geometry
Sarah Colleen Koch
Science Center 309a
Tu., Th., 1-2:30

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Presents axioms for several geometries (affine, projective, Euclidean, spherical, hyperbolic). Develops models for these geometries using three-dimensional vector spaces over the reals, or over finite fields. Emphasis on reading and writing proofs.