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I'm really interested in understanding Einstein's theory of relativity but i'm still a newbie, so I need to study the nonuclidean geometry, I tried to read "Euclidean and Non Euclidean Geometries" by Greenberg but since it was for the pure mathematics students and it was full of the logical theorems and definitions i was forced to give up.

is there any good resource for a high school student to understand a little of "the nonuclidean geometry" needed for relativity ?

Thanks

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# How can a highschool student study the nonuclidean geometry himself ?

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