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📒Geometry I ✍ Marcel Berger
✏Geometry I Book Summary : Volume I of this 2-volume textbook provides a lively and readable presentation of large parts of classical geometry. For each topic the author presents an esthetically pleasing and easily stated theorem - although the proof may be difficult and concealed. The mathematical text is illustrated with figures, open problems and references to modern literature, providing a unified reference to geometry in the full breadth of its subfields and ramifications.
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📒Algebraic Geometry I ✍ David Mumford
✏Algebraic Geometry I Book Summary : From the reviews: "Although several textbooks on modern algebraic geometry have been published in the meantime, Mumford's "Volume I" is, together with its predecessor the red book of varieties and schemes, now as before one of the most excellent and profound primers of modern algebraic geometry. Both books are just true classics!" Zentralblatt
📒Math For Everyone ✍ Nathaniel Max Rock
✏Math for Everyone Book Summary : Tired of ten pound math textbooks? Tired of math textbooks with 700 to 1,000 pages? Tired of massive student failure in gatekeeper math courses like Algebra I? Tired of math phobic students (and their parents) exclaiming, "I hate math!"? Maybe it is time to try a different curriculum. Math For Everyone is a curriculum designed to promote massive student (and teacher) math success. Each year's content in the six math courses (7th Grade Math, Algebra I, Geometry I, Algebra II, Math Analysis and Calculus) is boiled down into its essential vocabulary and 5-7 key concepts with particular attention paid to clarity and articulation between courses. Assessment includes old favorites as well as authentic assessment with rubrics and grading advice included. No text is longer than 80 pages as the 5-7 key concepts can be amply demonstrated and practiced in this amount of space. Math For Everyone is not only great for new math teachers and struggling math students, but great for everyone. Nathaniel Max Rock is an educator since 2001 and the author of more than a dozen education books. He has taught the following courses: 7th Grade Math, Algebra I, Geometry I, Algebra II, Math Analysis, Calculus, as well as California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) Prep Classes, AVID Elective (9th & 10th grade), and Carnegie Computer classes. Max's authoring topics include math, education and religion.
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📒Lectures On Algebraic Geometry I ✍ Günter Harder
✏Lectures on Algebraic Geometry I Book Summary : This book and the following second volume is an introduction into modern algebraic geometry. In the first volume the methods of homological algebra, theory of sheaves, and sheaf cohomology are developed. These methods are indispensable for modern algebraic geometry, but they are also fundamental for other branches of mathematics and of great interest in their own. In the last chapter of volume I these concepts are applied to the theory of compact Riemann surfaces. In this chapter the author makes clear how influential the ideas of Abel, Riemann and Jacobi were and that many of the modern methods have been anticipated by them.
📒Algebraic Geometry I ✍ V.I. Danilov
✏Algebraic Geometry I Book Summary : "... To sum up, this book helps to learn algebraic geometry in a short time, its concrete style is enjoyable for students and reveals the beauty of mathematics." --Acta Scientiarum Mathematicarum
📒Geometry I Essentials ✍ Max Fogiel
✏Geometry I Essentials Book Summary : REA's Essentials provide quick and easy access to critical information in a variety of different fields, ranging from the most basic to the most advanced. As its name implies, these concise, comprehensive study guides summarize the essentials of the field covered. Essentials are helpful when preparing for exams, doing homework and will remain a lasting reference source for students, teachers, and professionals. Geometry I includes methods of proof, points, lines, planes, angles, congruent angles and line segments, triangles, parallelism, quadrilaterals, geometric inequalities, and geometric proportions and similarity.
📒Positivity In Algebraic Geometry I ✍ R.K. Lazarsfeld
✏Positivity in Algebraic Geometry I Book Summary : This two volume work on Positivity in Algebraic Geometry contains a contemporary account of a body of work in complex algebraic geometry loosely centered around the theme of positivity. Topics in Volume I include ample line bundles and linear series on a projective variety, the classical theorems of Lefschetz and Bertini and their modern outgrowths, vanishing theorems, and local positivity. Volume II begins with a survey of positivity for vector bundles, and moves on to a systematic development of the theory of multiplier ideals and their applications. A good deal of this material has not previously appeared in book form, and substantial parts are worked out here in detail for the first time. At least a third of the book is devoted to concrete examples, applications, and pointers to further developments. Volume I is more elementary than Volume II, and, for the most part, it can be read without access to Volume II.
📒Aspects Of Differential Geometry I ✍ Peter Gilkey
✏Aspects of Differential Geometry I Book Summary : Differential Geometry is a wide field. We have chosen to concentrate upon certain aspects that are appropriate for an introduction to the subject; we have not attempted an encyclopedic treatment. In Book I, we focus on preliminaries. Chapter 1 provides an introduction to multivariable calculus and treats the Inverse Function Theorem, Implicit Function Theorem, the theory of the Riemann Integral, and the Change of Variable Theorem. Chapter 2 treats smooth manifolds, the tangent and cotangent bundles, and Stokes' Theorem. Chapter 3 is an introduction to Riemannian geometry. The Levi-Civita connection is presented, geodesics introduced, the Jacobi operator is discussed, and the Gauss-Bonnet Theorem is proved. The material is appropriate for an undergraduate course in the subject. We have given some different proofs than those that are classically given and there is some new material in these volumes. For example, the treatment of the Chern-Gauss-Bonnet Theorem for pseudo-Riemannian manifolds with boundary is new.