Math 604 Advanced Euclidean Geometry (Graduate)

This course is an advanced course in Euclidean geometry. The assumption is you have had a course in Euclidean geometry (probably a College Geometry course as an undergraduate). We will explore advanced topics in Euclidean geometry, including transformations, Ceva’s theorem, Menalaus’ theorem and related topics. We will use Geogebra to explore these theorems and help us understand geometric relationships.

Prerequisite: It is highly suggested that students have taken an undergraduate course in geometry.

Related Offerings:
Math 511 Theory of Numbers (Spring 2020)
Math 604 Euclidean Concepts of Geometry (Summer I 2020)
Math 541 Probability (Fall 2020)
Math 640 Graph Theory (Fall 2020)
Math 542 Mathematical Statistics (Spring 2021)
Math 512 Abstract Algebra (Summer I 2021)

Indiana State University

Instructor: Liz Brown, Ph.D.

Credit Hours: 3 Graduate

Date: 5/18/2020 – 7/31/2020

Location: Online

Teacher Level: Grade 9-12