Kiselev’s Geometry / Book I. Planimetry has 22 ratings and 3 reviews. Charles said: This work by Kiselev was first published in and it remained a st. Hi all. Does somebody know any source from where we can get the solutions to exercises of this book? Or at least, we could get proper hints or. Kiselev’s Geometry. Book I. Planimetry, by A. P. Kiselev Adapted from Russian by Alexander Givental ISBN viii+ pp., in x in, hardcover.

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Does somebody know any source from where we can get the solutions to exercises of this book?

ksielev Or at least, we could get proper hints or answers to selected odd numbered problems? I’ve started reading this book and exercises look me really technical. So I thought to solve all of these problems.

I’ve planimety from Introductory chapter and its exercises. People with similar interest are warmly welcome to join me here so that we can share ideas or match our answers, that’s a recommendation from the author of this book.

Waiting for your replies. In mathematics, you don’t understand things. You just get used to them. If it ain’t broke, fix it until it is. Always satisfy the Prime Directive of getting the right answer above all else. Hi Bobbym, right now I don’t have any issue with some problem and I’m writing the solutions smoothly but it’s the way to match my answers with someone else. I’ve setup a free wordpress blog on this that’s dedicated mainly to this book. I don’t know if I’m allowed to share it here or not, but I’ve it on my public profile here.

If someone is interested, I can also copy and paste all those answers here but obviously it’ll take a lot of time. Yeah Bobbym, sure, that’s why I joined this forum. Actually, truly speaking, my basics were very week when it comes to geometry, so I needed a book to study it in my spare time, so I searched on web and I heard about this book a lot.

One interesting thing was that, it was being used as a text book for several decades in various countries. So I picked it up and started studying it. There’s not any further reason why I picked it up. In combination, I’ve two more book as well, that I keep parallel while studying geometry. But if you know some better book splease share with me, I feel much pleasure when I get some interesting books.

Hi all, I’m stuck with this problem “Can sums differences of respectively congruent line segments, or arcs, be non congruent? Can sums differences of respectively non congruent segments, or arcs be congruent? I can’t understand the statement. For example, “the sums of two congruent line segments are non congruent to what?

Please help me understand the statement. I’m confident I can solve it myself. If you’ve ideas, please share. It does lose something in the translation. Does it mean this:. Children are not defined by school Galileo Galilei Sometimes I deliberately make mistakes, just to test you!

While I read the definition of angle from this book’s first page, I felt the translator’s English wasn’t so good.

But I’m at the start of this book. Hello Bob, I’m stuck with another problem. I put a lot of time solving it but couldn’t do that. Question of Kiselev’s Book 1, Compute angles of a triangle which is divided by one of its bisectors into two isosceles triangles.

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I haven’t got that book. I’m having trouble getting a diagram. Please could you post kizelev, or failing that, describe it using A, B, C etc. Actually, I think I’ve narrowed it down to one case, but I’d still like a diagram to help confirm it. This is a general diagram.

Lengths kisslev not meant to be accurate. When I first read the problem, I was not sure which sides were equal in the isosceles triangles. After a moment I realised that some possibilities are obviously impossible, so I decided to try all possibilities and find out which are impossible and which lead to answers.

Here is my analysis:. I think that concludes all possible cases. Unless you can spot any others.

## Kiselev’s Geometry / Book I. Planimetry

But the question says, find all solutions. What does it mean? It means that the solution isn’t unique? Polygons, their types, properties, theorems regarding them etc. At school I was taught geometry from a variety of books.

I don’t have a preferred one now. You could always refer to the master:. Planimerty you answer me one question please?

I know that a regular polygon is convex. But if the converse of this true? That is, a convex polygon is regular in general? Discussion about math, puzzles, games and fun. You are not logged in. Kiselev’s Geometry Book 1, Planimetry Hi all. Last edited by Raj. Life is the process of narrowing down the probabilities. Post the problems that are troubling you. Kiselev’s Geometry Book 1, Planimetry Hi Bobbym, right now I don’t have any issue with some problem and I’m writing the solutions smoothly but it’s the way to match my answers with someone else.

Kiselev’s Geometry Book 1, Planimetry Actually, truly speaking, my basics were very week when it comes to geometry, so I needed a book to study it in my spare time, so I searched on web and I heard about this book a lot. Kiselev’s Geometry Book 1, Planimetry If it is helping you then stick with it. Kiselev’s Geometry Book 1, Planimetry Hi all, I’m stuck with this problem “Can sums differences of respectively congruent line segments, or arcs, be non congruent?

Kiselev’s Geometry Book 1, Planimetry hi Raj. Does it mean this: AB is congruent to DC. BF is congruent to CG. The second lines are added to the first.

Is AF congruent to DG? Kiselev’s Geometry Book 1, Planimetry hi Bob, I think so it is something like that what you sketched. Bob Last edited by bob bundy Kiselev’s Geometry Book 1, Planimetry I removed this myself. The image I couldn’t develop. Kiselev’s Geometry Book 1, Planimetry Post complete. I have marked the two bisected halves with an x.

Here is my analysis: This case is not possible. Unless you can spot any others Whoops. I think that’s all. You could always refer to the master: Kiselev’s Geometry Book 1, Planimetry hi Bob. Thank you for the book. Kiselev’s Geometry Book 1, Planimetry No. Board footer Jump to Help Me! Atom topic feed Powered by FluxBB.