Euclid's Axiom 1 is :
Euclid's Axiom 5 is :
Euclid's Postulate 1 is :
Two distinct lines :
A line segment when extended indefinitely in one direction is called .................
Two distinct points in a plane determine .................
For every line l and for every point P not lying on it there exist a unique line which passes through P and is
................. to l.
If a straight line falling in two straight line make the interior angles on the same side of it taken together, then two straight lines if produced indefinitely, meet on that side on which the sum of angles are ................. 2 right angles.
Which of the following statement is true :
Two lines are intersecting, if they have :
Three basic terms in geometry namely a point, line and plane are ................. terms.
If two circles are equal, then their radii are .................
How many lines can pass through a given point ?
Which of the following statement is true ?
Three or more lines are called concurrent lines if they pass through ................. point.
The three steps from solids to points are
The number of dimension, a point has
The number of dimensions, a line has
The number of dimensions, a surface has
The number of dimensions, a solid has
Euclid divided his famous treatise “The Elements” into
The total number of propositions in the Euclid’s Elements are
In the thirteen books that comprise Euclid's Elements there is a total of 465 propositions.
The boundaries of surfaces are
A surface may not have a boundary.A point is on the boundary if and only if any neighborhood of the point contains some points in the set and some not in the set.
An entire plane does not have a boundary and a sphere (the surface of a ball) does not have a boundary. Both of those, by the way, are examples of a basic theorem in topology- the boundary of a boundary is always the empty set.
boundary points look like (0,0) looks in relation to the set of those (x,y) where y is non negative. i.e. it is on the edge of that set of points.
The boundaries of solids are
A pyramid is a solid figure, the base of which is