• Professor of Mathematics Annalisa Crannell
Professor of Mathematics, Associate Department Chair of Computer Science

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Perspective and Projective Geometry 
  • Cover of Perspective and Projective Geometry, by Annalisa Crannell, Marc Frantz, and Fumiko Futamura Cover of Perspective and Projective Geometry, by Annalisa Crannell, Marc Frantz, and Fumiko Futamura

Perspective and Projective Geometry is an inquiry-based course designed for sophomore- and junior-level mathematics majors.   The book  -- developed as a collaborative project by Marc Frantz in Indiana, Fumiko Futamura in Texas, and Annalisa Crannell in Pennsylvania -- come from a project supported by NSF TUES Grand DUE-1140135, so thank you for your tax dollars!   It's available from Princeton University Press.

 

 Each worksheet in the completed book has

  • a one-page picture that is also a math/art puzzle, 
  • a module with IBL-style in-class worksheet, and
  • a homework set (with short exercises, an art project, and a proof/counter-example).

 

The Instructors' Manual comes with

  • an instructor's section, with a guide to using the module, and 
  •  answers to the module / homework questions.

For Instructors' Manuals, please  email  exam_copy@press.princeton.edu with the subject line “Solution Manual Request.”   Please include your name, institution, a complete university shipping address, course name, enrollment, and semester, along with the book’s title, ISBN and/or author (e.g., "Viewpoints: Mathematical Perspective and Fractal Geometry in Art, ISBN 9780691125923" or "Perspective and Projective Geometry, ISBN 9780691196565").