One-dimensional Objects 
One-dimensional Objects
by UNSW / N.J. Wildberger
Video Lecture 2 of 26
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Date Added: July 28, 2011

Lecture Description

In this video lecture, Prof. N.J. Wildberger introduces the two basic one-dimensional objects: the line and circle. The latter has quite a few different manifestations: as a usual Euclidean circle, as the projective line of one-dimensional subspaces of a two-dimensional space, as a polygon, or as a space of orbits of a translation group on the line. 

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Course Description

In this course, Prof. N.J. Wildberger gives 26 video lectures on Algebraic Topology.  This is a beginner's course in Algebraic Topology given by Assoc. Prof. N J Wildberger of the School of Mathematics and Statistics, UNSW. It features a visual approach to the subject that stresses the importance of familiarity with specific examples. It also introduces 'rational curvature', a simple but important innovation. NJ Wildberger is also the developer of Rational Trigonometry: a new and better way of learning and using trigonometry.

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