‘Provides a self-contained introduction to complex numbers and college geometry written in an informal style with an emphasis on the motivation behind the ideas … The author engages the reader with a casual style, motivational questions, interesting problems and historical notes.’ Mathematical Reviews
This book demonstrates how complex numbers and geometry can be blended together beautifully, resulting in easy proofs and natural generalizations of many theorems in plane geometry. The book is suitable as a text for a geometry course, or for self-study. It is self-contained - no background in complex numbers is assumed - and can be covered at a leisurely pace in a one-semester course. Many of the chapters can be read independently.