self learning - How to use the AOPS books? - Mathematics Stack ExchangeTopics covered in the book include similar triangles, congruent triangles, quadrilaterals, polygons, circles, funky areas, power of a point, three-dimensional geometry, transformations, and much more. The text is structured to inspire the reader to explore and develop new ideas. Each section starts with problems, so the student has a chance to solve them without help before proceeding. The text then includes solutions to these problems, through which geometric techniques are taught. Important facts and powerful problem solving approaches are highlighted throughout the text. In addition to the instructional material, the book contains over problems.
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Introduction to Geometry, 2nd Edition (The Art of Problem Solving) 2nd Edition Where can I find PDF versions of the AOPS books about geometry and algebra.
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There are a number of books both classical and modern the cover non-routine problem solving at the Olympiad level. The classical resources are by the famous mathematician George Polya. All of these are excellent reads and are highly recommended. Math Olympiad Dark Arts Proof Techniques: Geometry: Plane Geometry The classical plane geometry resources are still the superior choices for study, even though they are very dense. Altshiller-Court and Johnson are light on problems, Aref is heavy on problems, so they all work together.