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** [[The Mathematical Papyri]] Includes an overview of some of the geometry contained in the Rhind mathematical papyrus and the Moscow papyrus.  
 
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** [[The Pyramids]] The development of the Egyptian pyramids, with a discussion of the seqed.
 
** [[The Pyramids]] The development of the Egyptian pyramids, with a discussion of the seqed.
 
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Math and the Art of M.C. Escher

About This Book Authors Copyright


Euclidean and Non-Euclidean Geometry

  • Introduction to Mathematics and M.C. Escher
    • M.C. Escher: Life. Work.
    • Escher on Display A collection of photographs of Escher art that can be found in the Netherlands. The art represented ranges from items in the Escher museum to pillars, facades, etc in buildings
    • Fundamental Concepts: Classifications. Plane Geometry.

Further topics in Geometry and Mathematics

  • History of Egyptian Mathematics
    • History and Numbers A discussion of the history of mathematics as well as an explanation of the Egyptian number system.
    • The Mathematical Papyri Includes an overview of some of the geometry contained in the Rhind mathematical papyrus and the Moscow papyrus.
    • The Pyramids The development of the Egyptian pyramids, with a discussion of the seqed.