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*Euclidean geometry*.

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949 words, approx. 4 pages

Geometry, Tools Of
Plane (or Euclidean) geometry is the branch of mathematics that studies figures (such as points, lines, and angles) constructed only with the use of the straightedge and the compass...
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4,161 words, approx. 14 pages

The Three Unsolved Problems of Ancient Greece
Overview
The geometry of ancient Greece, as characterized by Euclid's famous book, the Elements, has formed the basis of much of modern mathematica...
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909 words, approx. 4 pages

Euclidean Construction
The ancient Greeks felt that the line and the circle are the basic figures and the straightedge and compass are their physical analogues. Hence they were interested in what can ...
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666 words, approx. 3 pages

Euclidean Geometries
Euclidean geometry, sometimes called parabolic geometry, is a geometry that follows a set of propositions that are based on Euclid's five postulates (see Euclid's axioms), as defi...
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897 words, approx. 3 pages

Euclid's Axioms
Euclid's axioms are five postulates about the behavior of geometric objects; they constitute the foundation upon which Euclid built the entire edifice of geometry that is known today a...
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533 words, approx. 2 pages

Plane Geometry
Plane geometry is that subsection of geometry that deals with figures in a two-dimensional plane. Euclidean geometry, sometimes called parabolic geometry, is divided into two subsection...
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