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MATH331. College Geometry

This course is the study of Euclidean geometry at the college level and the introduction to development of non Euclidean geometries. Topics include: Historical development, sets and propositions, equivalence of logic, axiomatic systems, coordinate systems, and plane hyperbolic geometry. Prerequisite: Proficiency in high school geometry and methods of proof are required to enter this course. Credit, 3 hours. Offered fall semesters.