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Elementary Differential Geometry (Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series) Elementary Differential Geometry Presents The Main Results In The Differential Geometry Of Curves And Surfaces Suitable For A First Course On The Subject Prerequisites Are Kept To An Absolute Minimum Nothing Beyond First Courses In Linear Algebra And Multivariable Calculus And The Most Direct And Straightforward Approach Is Used Throughout New Features Of This Revised And Expanded Second Edition Include A Chapter On Non Euclidean Geometry, A Subject That Is Of Great Importance In The History Of Mathematics And Crucial In Many Modern Developments The Main Results Can Be Reached Easily And Quickly By Making Use Of The Results And Techniques Developed Earlier In The Book Coverage Of Topics Such As Parallel Transport And Its Applications Map Colouring Holonomy And Gaussian Curvature Around Additional Exercises, And A Full Solutions Manual For Instructors, Available Via Springer


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6 thoughts on “Elementary Differential Geometry (Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series)

  1. says:

    This is one of the clearest and easiest to follow textbooks I have had the pleasure to use in the last year It happened to be one of the recommended texts for our 2nd year Geometry of Surfaces Course.It is well written and fairly well structured


  2. says:

    Just as its name, this book is for undergraduate level, so one can easily catch the contents without feel so struggling There are many graphs for reader to build better understanding, and this is quite helpful if one feel so tricky to the formulas.


  3. says:

    This book explained all the necessary concepts very well, it gives lots of examples and illustrations to help the reader.


  4. says:

    This is a good book on the subject if you have never encountered differential geometry before and want an easy, slow paced introduction My only criticism would be that it is perhaps a bit too slow paced if you are impatient The same ground could have been covered, prob


  5. says:

    Not as good as I think


  6. says:

    Inspired by the Feynman Lectures on Physics II page 42 4 , I decided to calculate the circumference of a circle on a saddle shaped surface Since this problem is related to the mathematics of geodesic, after inspection at , I decided to buy the book Elementary Differential Geometry by


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