MATH 2360Q: Geometry
Description: A fresh look at geometry, old and new. Euclidean and non-Euclidean geometries are examined from from different perspectives. Topics may include symmetries, the role of the parallel postulate and some topics from 19th and 20th century geometry, e.g., fractals and knots.
Prerequisites: MATH 1121, 1126, or 1131.
Offered: Fall Spring
Sections: Spring 2018 on Storrs Campus
|06233||2360Q||001||Lecture||TuTh 12:30:00 PM-01:45:00 PM||MONT420||DeFranco, Thomas|
|03792||2360Q||002||Lecture||TuTh 09:30:00 AM-10:45:00 AM||MONT111||Michael Biro|
|05286||2360Q||003||Lecture||MWF 01:25:00 PM-02:15:00 PM||MONT419||Eric Astor|