Divine Proportions: Rational Trigonometry to Universal Geometry by N J Wildberger (September 20, ) Hardcover on *FREE* shipping on. Divine Proportions is not a textbook designed for a wide audience. I found Wildberger’s Universal Geometry, especially when applied to finite. Overview (Divine Proportions). Introducing quadrance and spread. Trigonometry is the measurement of triangles. In classical trigonometry, measurement.
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Divine Proportions: Rational Trigonometry To Universal Geometry by N.J. Wildberger
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