By I. M. Yaglom, Allen Shields
This ebook is the sequel to Geometric alterations I which seemed during this sequence in 1962. half I treas length-preserving ameliorations, this quantity treats shape-preserving ameliorations; and half III treats affine and protecting alterations. those sessions of variations play a basic position within the group-theoretic method of geometry.
As within the earlier quantity, the remedy is direct and straightforward. The advent of every new inspiration is supplemented by means of difficulties whose suggestions hire the belief simply provided, and whose precise strategies are given within the moment half the book.
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