ThesisMcCuistion, KathleenThe Euclidean approach to the study of the world was very limiting. But since the discovery of the New World, man has developed many new ideas and forms of geometry which have been very useful. For the teacher of geometry, it is important to know the . . .
ThesisMorse, Michael JamesThis paper studies Euclidean plane geometry from the point of view of the group of isometries of the plane. This approach allows an algebraic method of proof of theorems of plane geometry and has the advantage of avoiding the questionable technique of . . .