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Language and Basis of Geometry

Language and Basis of Geometry

Author: Kelsey Hennen
Description:

This packet covers undefined terms, axioms, postulates, and theorems.

This packet uses definitions and cartoons to explain undefined terms like line, point, and plane, axioms, postulates, and theorems.

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Tutorial

Undefined Terms

Theorems

Theorems are statements that have been proven and since some one has already proven them,

we can use them as a reference through out geometry because we know they are true.

Theorem Examples

Axioms and Postulates

Axioms and Postulates are statements that are accepted in geometry without being proven

Axiom and Postulate Examples