By Levi S. Shively

Spanish translation of the vintage college-level glossy geometry textbook

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70) αk xk =1 =1 see Fig. 32 A simplex is the convex hull of n + 1 affinely independent points in a n dimensional affine space, see Fig. 63 The convex hull of two points is the line segment between the two points, a two simplex. 64 The convex hull of three points is a triangle, and its interior a three simplex. 65 The convex hull of the unit circle S 1 = {(x, y) ∈ R2 | x 2 + y 2 = 1} is the closed disk {(x, y) ∈ R2 | x 2 + y 2 ≤ 1}. 3 Metric Spaces A metric space is a space where an abstract notion of distance is defined.

Let X be an affine space of dimension n and let x0 , . . , none of the points can be written as an affine combination of the others. This is equivalent to the vectors x1 − x0 , . . , xn − x0 being linearly independent. Then any point y in X can be written uniquely as an affine combination of the given points, y = nk=0 αk xk . The numbers α0 , . . , αn are called barycentric coordinates for y with respect to the points x0 , . . , xn . The case n = 2 is illustrated 36 2 Vector Spaces, Afﬁne Spaces, and Metric Spaces Fig.

2 A 2 du dv. 8) Mapping of Surfaces and the Differential First we consider a real function, f : S → R defined on surface S ⊆ R3 . 1), f ◦ x : U → R, is smooth. The differential dp f : Tp S → R at a point p ∈ S is a linear map between the tangent space Tp S to S at p to R. The differential is defined in the following way. If w ∈ Tp S is a tangent vector and γ is a smooth curve in S with γ (0) = w, see Fig. 1, then dp f w = (f ◦ γ ) (0). 9) A map f : S → Rn is given by n coordinate functions, f = (f1 , .

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