Three-dimensional theorems for schools

Sir Christopher Zeeman is without doubt one of the greatest geometers and topologists of his time. The material in this text does not conform to any school curriculum. Rather it is an eclectic mix of topics in three-dimensional geometry which he hopes will prove fascinating and stimulating to abler students in the later stages of secondary education. There is a veritable cornucopia of topics that will provide enrichment either through private study by the reader or by its use in connection with maths clubs, masterclasses and similar activities. Students and teachers at the tertiary level will also find much to interest them.

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Author(s)Christopher Zeeman
Age11-14, 14-16
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