The “Classic Texts Series” is the only of its kind selection of classic pieces of work that started off as bestseller and continues to be the bestseller even today. These classic texts have been designed so as to work as elementary textbooks which play a crucial role in building the concepts from scratch as in-depth knowledge of concepts is necessary for students preparing for various entrance examinations.
The present textbook “A School Geometry” presents all the elements of Geometry in a single book meant to work as textbook for the students beginning their preparation of the varied aspects. Both the theoretical text as well as examples have been treated minutely which will help in better understanding of the concepts covered in the book. Each chapter begins with an introductory sketch with theoretical content followed by large number of examples which will help in on the stop understanding of the concepts discussed in the theoretical content. At the end of each chapter, unsolved practice exercises have also been provided for thorough practice of the concepts covered in the chapter. As the book covers the whole syllabus of Geometry in detail along with ample number of solved as well as unsolved examples, it for sure will help the students perfect the varied concepts covered under the Geometry section. The book inculcates:
The Classical Text series is a collection of classic pieces of work that continues to be bestseller
Works as elementary text book building the concepts
Explains various concepts of Geometry
Divided into 4 parts to covers different topics
Contains all types of questions along with complete solutions.
Covers the Geometry concepts and strategies for solving the problems through easy tricks
Author:HS Hall & FH Stevens
No of Pages:204
Part I- Axioms, Lines & Angles, Triangles Parallels, Triangles Continued, Parallelograms, Practical Geometry, The Construction Of Triangles, The Construction Of Quadrilaterals, Loci, Intersection Of Loci; Part II- Areas, Problems On Areas, Axes Of Reference; Part III- The Circle, Symmetry; Part IV- Geometrical Equivalents Of Dome Algebraical Formulae