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Best geometry book

  1. Mar 16, 2005 #1
    What is a good geometry book for someone who knows very little to nothing about geometry. I know nothing about geometry because I never finished high school:( . What is a good book that starts from the ground up covering the very basics and goes to a reasonably advanced level? I'm looking for something that is easy to read since this is for self study. Should I just pick up any cheap book on ebay that explains high school geometry or is there some particular good book out there that is worth reading?
     
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  3. Mar 16, 2005 #2
    coxeter wrote an intro to geometry book which is probably pretty good. then there's of course "geometry revisited" by coxeter & greitzer, "college geometry" by nathan altshiller-court, & "advanced euclidean geometry" by roger johnson
     
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