Plane Euclidean geometry: theory and problems

This book aims to present the subject as a rigorous formal discipline, based on the axioms introduced by Euclid. However emphasis is not entirely on 'classical' methods, and includes other approaches to problem solving such as vector algebra, areal coordinates and complex numbers. 

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Author(s)Christopher Bradley, Tony Gardiner
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