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MOBI Richard Rusczyk Ø Introduction to Geometry ePUB ä Introduction to Ø introduction ebok, geometry download, Introduction to free, Introduction to Geometry PDF/EPUBI thought that this book was really good and teaching out of it was really fun It did a much better job of holding interest in Geometry for the kids I taught than my Junior High geometry ever did The proofs it had kids do were interesting and they didn't reuire any of that 2 column junk I had to learn Just good solid explanations as to why things worked out the way they didAnd the book covered a wide variety of Euclidean geometry Barely touched 3 dimensions but what can we expect?