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Classical differential geometry uses differential calculus to study the properties of figures such as curves and surfaces in Euclidean planes or spaces. Modern differential geometry expands this to include non-euclidean spaces, and higher-dimensional submanifolds, but still based on the methods of differential and integral calculus.
- Face Drawn on Sphere
- Flat Moebius Strip
- Sphere Scribble
- Sudanese Moebius Band
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