Undergraduate Catalog 2021-2022

MTH 329 Geometry(RNL)

4 hours; 4 credits. This course addresses fundamental topics in Euclidean and coordinate geometry in two and three dimensions, introduces concepts from non-Euclidean geometry, and explores applications to areas such as image processing or map making. Topics include classical axiomatic geometry, symmetry and similarity, transformations and matrix representation, characterization of polygons and polyhedra, and representation of curves and surfaces. Prerequisite: MTH 233 or MTH 236.

Credits

4