## Looking for projective geometry books

For students of class 11-12 (age 16+)
Rabeeb
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### Looking for projective geometry books

Can any1 give me links for some projective geometry books and articles?
*Projective geometry by HSM Coxeter is specially preferred

sowmitra
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### Re: Looking for projective geometry books

I'm going to mention and give some links to Projective Geometry books and pdf's. (Since, the idea of pole-polars are used the most in olympiad problems, I'll give some links seperately about that as well.)
I hope others will continue the thread.

$[1]$ Projective Geometry, by, H.S.M. Coxeter

$[2]$ An Introduction to Projective Geometry, by, Bobby Poon

$[3]$ Projective Geometry, by, Milivoje Lukic
$\quad$A note from IMO-Math
projg_ml-milivoje-lukic.pdf
$[4]$ Projective Geometry, by, Alexander Remorov
$\quad$PDF from Canadian IMO Training
ProjectiveGeometry.pdf
$[5]$ College Geometry, by, Nathan Altshilier-Court,
$[6]$ Advanced Euclidean Geometry, by, Roger A. Johnson
These 2 books have a brief introduction to pole-polars. (The treatment in Court's book is more thorough.)

$[6]$ Pole and Polar, by, Kin Y. Li
$\quad$Mathematical Excalibur, Vol.11, No.4
v11_n4.pdf
$[7]$ Pole-Polar: Key Facts, by, Tarik Adnan Moon
pole_polar.pdf
"Rhythm is mathematics of the sub-conscious."
Some-Angle Related Problems;

sowmitra
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### Re: Looking for projective geometry books

This is the continuation of Remorov's article from $[4]$:
ProjectiveGeometryContinued.pdf
"Rhythm is mathematics of the sub-conscious."
Some-Angle Related Problems;

sowmitra
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### Re: Looking for projective geometry books

"Rhythm is mathematics of the sub-conscious."
Some-Angle Related Problems;

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The subforum Divisional math olympiad is only for illustrating olympiad style problems. Please don't ask there for book suggestion in future. I moved the topic to Higher Secondary level.
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### Re: Looking for projective geometry books

Thanks for sharing! Books are great!

Rachel R. Fields
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### Re: Looking for projective geometry books

I know there are many varieties of Geometry Books available in the market for one to learn Geometry. But the most popular one or the one that has the largest number of users in my country is Tutor in a Book’s Geometry by a noted Jo Greig. We all believe it is the widest used textbook in the world for this purpose.

Tutor in a Book’s Geometry is one of the best tutoring books that walks through each problems step by step and provides with many opportunities to practice each skill. It is well-organized by topic, and beyond thorough in its discussion of each item. the margins are filled with hand-written notes and diagrams showing key ideas, shortcuts, common mistakes to avoid, and explanations. The examples are helpful, clear, concise. It provided a clear explanation of the many theorems and definitions that go along with geometry. This book is a must have for those who either need to learn Geometry or refresh their geometrical skills in a quick way.