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# How would you describe direct proof geometry?

Updated: 12/11/2022

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A logical chain of steps, supported by postulates,defentions, and theroems, to prove a statement is true. -ERA -2-

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### How would you prove a direct proof in geometry?

Once you familiarize yourself with the basic axioms and theorems of geometry, you will be able to see how they apply to the proof of any particular problem that you may be working on.

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### Is it True Or false Euclid Was the first to apply for geometry?

I would describe that statement, that Euclid was the first to apply for geometry, as confusing, rather than as being either true or false. People apply for jobs, they apply for loans, they apply for disability payments, they apply for grants, but they do not apply for geometry. People study geometry, they write about geometry (which is what Euclid did) and they use geometry to solve various problems, but they don't apply for geometry.

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A direct proof of the infinity of primes would require what is essentially a formula to calculate the Nth prime number; such a formula isn't even guaranteed to exist. It's possible to formulate a proof of the infinity of primes that would be, in a sense, direct. A direct proof that the square root of 2 is irrational is impossible, because the irrational numbers aren't defined in any direct way - just as the real numbers which aren't rational. So to prove that the square root of 2 is irrational, we have to prove that it's not rational, which requires indirect techniques.

### What best describe a direct democracy?

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### Why do we learn indirect proofs in Geometry?

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Foolproof usually refers to instructions or directions. In this cases if someone was to describe instructions or directions as "foolproof" it would mean that anyone would understand them. The term literally comes from the two words "fool" and "proof", where "fool" refers to an idiot and "proof" refers to failsafe, coming together to describe that something is failsafe against even a fool.

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