Any good geometry resources?


by Jerbearrrrrr
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Oct3-10, 09:47 AM
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Hi, I'm trying to learn some geometry. I'm a maths graduate but didn't take any differential geometry. I did take a GR course, and now want to learn the 'proper' geometry theory that underlies some of the ideas.

Does anyone have any good resources (videos, or lecture notes) that they can recommend? Thanks

Mainly looking for lecture videos since I can find texts myself (eventually). (I checked the resource forum but couldn't find anything on diff geom)

Thanks

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This is discussable, but in my opinion, the best books are the trio by john m. lee.

I don't know any great video lectures about this on the internet.


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