Geometry for Beginners, as far as the Theorem of Pythagoras

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    IN many respects an excellent little book, in which blank pages are left for the pupil to insert his own proofs of the simpler propositions which are treated as riders. It is not in accordance with modern views, however, that beginners should be asked to learn the time-honoured proofs for congruence and parallels.

    Geometry for Beginners, as far as the Theorem of Pythagoras.

    J. G.

    Bradshaw

    By. Pp. vii + 99. (London: Longmans, Green and Co., 1925.) 2s. 6d.

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