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Circular Geometry is a knowledge website of Flow Research that focuses on circular geometry. Circular geometry is a type of geometry based on circular figures rather than squares. According to circular geometry, it is possible to derive rational values for the areas of circles by assuming a circle rather than a square as the unit of measure for quantifying area. 

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You can find our more about circular geometry from the following articles:

An Alternative Unit of Measure (PDF File)

A Flaw in Calculus

 

How Long is One Inch?

 

A Circular Geometry of Flow

 

12 Axioms are Worth 12,000 Words - The axioms of circular geometry

 

More on Circular Geometry - Contains links to more articles on Circular Geometry

Discussion of Circular Geometry - Discussion from the Geometry Forum

Do Points Have Area? - Discussion from the Geometry Forum

 

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