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11/3/99
- http://www.groton.k12.ct.us/WWW/cb/math.html Lighthouse Builders Need to Know Math! - A fun way to practice
geometry by forming solids like: octagonal pyramids, truncated cones,
windows, doors, etc.

10/19/99
- http://www.prenticehall.ca/allbooks/esm_0133407381.html Prentice Hall Canada (Higher Education) - Designed not just
for the math major but for all students of science, this text provides
an Intro to the basics of calculus of variations as well as differential
geometry.

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10/19/99
- http://www.prenhall.com/books/esm_0135699630.html Differential Geometry: A Geometric Intro - This is the only
text that introduces differential geometry by combining an intuitive
geometric foundation, a rigorous connection with the standard formalisms,
computer exercises with Maple, and a problems-based approach.

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10/19/99
- http://freeabel.geom.umn.edu/docs/reference/CRC-formulas/ Geometry Formulas and Facts - A site designed with the basic
facts and geometric formulas put together by many distinguished contributors
in all fields of mathematics.

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10/19/99
- http://library.advanced.org/10030/geocon.htm Geometry - This site covers the basic makeup of geometry giving
examples and definitions to help people better understand the concepts.

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10/19/99
- http://www.shells.demon.co.uk/M108GR.html Geometry Review - A site created for the beginner in geometry
and for the refreshing of concepts maybe forgotten.

10/27/99
- http://ftp.forum.swarthmore.edu/geometry/ Math Forum K-12 Geometry - An exceptional Internet site that
has interactive activities and software that can inhance a student's
Geometry skills.

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10/27/99
- http://www.k12.hi.us/~csanders/topics.html Connection Geometry Chapters - Geometry site that shows the
different sections of Geometry through elementary and high school.

10/27/99
- http://stevenj.8m.com/school/gn/g61.html Exploring Polygons - A site with basic fundamental definitions
of the different types of polygons and the different ways they can
be used.

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10/28/99
- http://www.real3d.com/about/geometry.html Geometry Processing - A site dedicated to geometry processing
with sections of vector translation, perspective transformation, lighting
model, viewplane clipping, and a view window clipping.

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10/28/99
- http://library.advanced.org/20991/textonly/geo/spoly.html Geometry: Similar Polygons - On this page we hope to clear
up problems that you might have with similar polygons. Read on or
follow any of the links below to start understanding similar polygons.

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10/28/99
- http://members.tripod.com/solstuff/polygons.html Polygons: Relationships Between Angles and Sides - Here you
will learn how to determine the relationships between measures of
angles and the number of different polygons.

11/1/99
- http://www.mathleague.com/help/geometry/geometry.htm Geometry - An interactive site showing the degrees of angles
and gives examples of how to obtain the perimeter and area of different
solids with cool links.

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11/3/99
- http://members.xoom.com/dpscher/constarea.html Constant Perimeter and Area Triangles - Site that explains
the difference of constant perimeter rectangle and constant area rectangle
in a geometric form.

11/2/99
- http://www.sisweb.com/math/geometry/circles.htm Dave's Math Tables - A site that shows all the dimensions of
a circle, as well as related subjects like arcs, chords, circumference,
etc.

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11/2/99
- http://math.rice.edu/~pcmi/sphere/ Geometry of the Spere - This site studies the incidence of
relations between great circles, the notion of angle on the sphere,
and the areas of certain fundamental regions on the sphere.

11/4/99
- http://www.twu.ca/rsbook/Ch6/Ch6.9.html An Extended Example (Coordinate Geometry) - This site discusses
planar point coordinate geometry and gives examples and types of how
to successfully complete this type of coordinate geometry.

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11/4/99
- http://www.mnsfld.edu/~rwalker/Descartes.html Descartes' Method and Coordinate Geometry - This site gives
an overview of how coordinate geometry was created and how to apply
it to basic geometry.