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Your list seems like overkill to me. As far as geometry, Kiselev is basically a rehash of Euclid, so I don't see the point in studying both. Just pick one. I don't think you need the solid geometry parts of either. If using Euclid: -- Euclid contains stuff like number theory done in an ancient style that is now only of historical interest, so if using Euclid,...


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Wilson, Robin J. "An introduction to matroid theory." The American Mathematical Monthly 80, no. 5 (1973): 500-525. JStor link. This is an elementary introduction, not even assuming much knowledge of graph theory. He explains enough transversal theory to proceed to matroids. He defines a matroid in several ways, so that you get different ...


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