Today, I was at an award ceremony, where in one out of the two scientific lectures, the professor was teaching the basics of Hyperbolic Geometery. However, due to time constraints, he had to teach very fast, and there was no laser pointer, nor a chalkboard, so he couldn't explain very well, though he wanted to (as that is his research topic).(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I found it interesting to see how Hyperbolic Geometery differs from Euclidean Geometery, and I would like to learn more. Can anyone suggest good book(s) on the topic?

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# Geometry Books on Hyperbolic Geometry

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