Develops a simple non-Euclidean geometry and explores some of its practical applications through graphs, research problems, and exercises. Includes selected answers.
This book has a triple purpose: to develop a very simple, concrete non-Euclidean geometry; to explore a few of its many real-world applications; to pose some of the original, yet accessible research questions that abound in this new geometry. The only prerequisite is some familiarity with Euclidean geometry.
About the author
Eugene F. Krause is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan.