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Best sources to learn Geometry

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"Geometry" by Lang and Murrow is on Libgen.
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Are you focussing on Foundations (building from axioms, using models etc) or Methods and Techniques or just additional knowledge?
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Are you looking to learn classical geometry, or trigonometry, or analytical geometry? If you give an indication of what country and state/province where you’re doing school, people can suggest based on what local curricula look like.

Kahn Academy is usually an excellent resource.
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I think another excellent book is Geometry by Moise and Downs. Moise has a much more advanced book as well so make sure to look for the one coauthored with Downs. It is quite packed with material to keep you learning.
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Can you obtain a copy of the text that you will be using?

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