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?