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Geometry is a branch of mathematics that studies the shape, size and different properties related to it. The Greek’s described Geometry as: geo + metron,
where geo means earth and metron means measurement.
If you look closely, you will be surprised to see that we are surrounded by different geometric figures, some of them as regular and some of them are irregular.
Ancient cultural has studies geometry which led the foundation of modern geometry. The mathematician like Euclid has solid understanding of different geometric figures, which he described on this famous book.
Euclid is an ancient mathematician who wrote all the known mathematical theorems in his famous writing called Elements. The Elements are divided into 13 chapters and each chapter is called a book. Euclidean geometry is the foundational work for several generations in the field of geometry. The described the fundamentals of geometry in terms of definitions, axioms, and postulates. Learn the basic definitions such as point, line, plane, etc. Learn how to use different postulates and theorems to write the geometric proofs.