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    Smile Geometries Beyond Plane Geometry

    I know that plane geometry is taught in most grades 3-12.
    How many geometries are there? Which one, in your opinion, is the toughest geometry course to fully grasp? Also, is topology a branch of geometry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by magentarita View Post
    I know that plane geometry is taught in most grades 3-12.
    How many geometries are there?


    Not a well deffines question.

    Some are:

    Hyperbolic, Elliptic, Projective, Cartesian, ..

    Also, is topology a branch of geometry?


    Yes and No.
    As always Wikipedia and Google are your friends


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    ok.........

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainBlack View Post
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    Not a well deffines question.

    Some are:

    Hyperbolic, Elliptic, Projective, Cartesian, ..



    Yes and No.
    As always Wikipedia and Google are your friends


    CB
    Thank you for the list and links.
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