A postulate is a mathematical statement assumed to be true.
A theorem is a mathematical statement proven true.
A proof is a method for proving that a stated theorem is true.
1. A list of the given information
2. A statement of what is to be proven
3. A se

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MTH203A: Geometry (ELI-PUBLISHABLE) | Unit 1 : An Introduction | Lesson 2
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Lesson 2: Basic Geometric Terms and Definitions, Part 1
In geometry, we start with the most basic terms: point, line, and plane. These terms are so basic that we can't