Walsh University Undergraduate Catalog 2012-2013
MATH 160 Euclidean Geometry 3 sem. hrs.
Axiomatic and transformational geometry, originated by Euclid, modified by Descartes and others. Points, lines, angles, parallels, planes, space, triangles, polygons, circles, measurement, congruency, similarity, area, volume, coordinates, isometries, constructions. Emphasis on deductive reasoning. Use of ancient tools and modern technology. Foundation for teaching of geometry and further study of modern geometries. Prerequisite: high school algebra and geometry. Offered odd-numbered springs.
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