Math 302, NonEuclidean Geometry, Fall 1997
Homework Assignments
Each week, we will announce which problems will be due the following Monday.
 Due Sep 8:

 Ch 4:
 1, 3
 Also:
 Explain when a spherical segment can be the side of an
equilateral triangle.
 Solutions
 Due Sep 15:

 Ch 4:
 8, 10
 Ch 5:
 1, 2
 Solutions
 Due Sep 22:

 Ch 5:
 9, 15
 Solutions
 Due Sep 29:

 Ch 6:
 5, 6
 Ch 7:
 4, 5, 11
 Solutions
 Due Oct 6:

 Ch 8:
 3, 5, 9
 Ch 9:
 3 (any five examples), 4
 Solutions
 Due Oct 13:

 Ch 12:
 2, 5 (find which answer is wrong in the book and explain), 7
 Ch 13:
 3
 Solutions
 Due Oct 20:

 Ch 13:
 6, 9, 12, 15
 Solutions
 Due Oct 24:
 Turn in your second test again with correct
answers on the back
 Due Oct 27:

 Ch 14:
 4, 12
 Solutions
 Due Nov 3:

 Ch 17:
 3, 4, 10
 Ch 18:
 1, 7
 Solutions
 Due Nov 10:
 No assignment
 Due Nov 17:

 Ch 19:
 1, 9
 Ch 20:
 1, 9
 Solutions
 Due Nov 24:
 No assignment
 Due Dec 1:

 Ch 21:
 1, 4, 6
 Solutions
 Due Dec 12:

 Ch 22:
 12
 Ch 23:
 8
 Given points (0,a), (a,0), (0,a), (a,0) in the Poincare
disk model, what are the corresponding points in the hyperboloid
and Klein models? What are the edge lengths and angles of this
hyperbolic quadrilateral?