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Q: What are the define terms of geometry?

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It is a very basic concept which cannot be defined. Undefined terms are used to define other concepts. In Euclidean geometry, for example, point, line and plane are not defined.

In geometry, deductive rules can be used to prove conjectures.

There are no geometry terms that start with the letter J. Geometry deals with the spatial relationships of objects.

are you asking for help on finding definition for geometric terms? if so go to: http://library.thinkquest.org/2647/geometry/glossary.htm#b and to wikipedia for x and j terms

The three undefined terms are the point,plane, and line.

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the three terms; point, line and plane can be defined although it is called the undefined terms still we know and we can define the meanings of that terms.. common sense? joke.

Yes. Even though those terms are left undefined, they are used together with ordinary words to define other geometric terms.

I am prepared to define any term in geometry. If there is some term for which you would like to have a definition, just ask.

We use words we know to define new terms in geometry. The words point, line and plane have no other words in geometry to describe them They are the building blocks.

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It is a very basic concept which cannot be defined. Undefined terms are used to define other concepts. In Euclidean geometry, for example, point, line and plane are not defined.

Geometry is the pure mathematics of points and lines and curves and surfaces.

Trapezoid and triangle are geometry terms. They begin with T.

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This is true not just in geometry but in every field of knowledge. You can define complicated concepts in terms of simpler ones, and those simpler ones in still simpler ones and so on. However, you will end up with a few terms which cannot be defined in terms of simpler concepts (without going into a circular definition). These terms must remain undefined.

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