Q: Is it true that non euclidean geometry strictly adheres to all five postulates of Euclid's elements?

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It is the volume - strictly the internal volume - of a solid object.

I Stictly told you not to do that. (strictly- strongly recommended)

Adheres to means the same thing as strictly follows.

A tetrahedron is the simplest polytope with strictly triangular faces. The tetrahedron has six faces and has slightly raised two opposite vertices of the base of a quadratic pyramid.

No, they can only be jump continuous.

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This is a difficult question to answer because it is probably in the realms of spherical geometry, not the Euclidean geometry. In the Euclidean sense there is no straight line on the suface of a sphere. The 0 and 180 degrees longitude can be seen to represent the intersection of the sphere (the earth) with a vertical plane. In that case, any one of the infinite number of lines in that plane will go through both the longitudes - and only those longitudes. Strictly speaking, the earth is not spherical, and its axis is tilted so the plane would not be vertical, but these details do not affect the argument.

It is the volume - strictly the internal volume - of a solid object.

Opera buffa has comic elements, while opera is strictly dramatic.

In mathematics, a fractal is a subset of Euclidean space with a fractal dimension that strictly exceeds its topological dimension. Fractals appear the same at different scales, as illustrated in successive magnifications of the Mandelbrot set.

Lyme Disease, which is caused by Borrelia Burgdorferi, does not fit Koch's postulates for a few reasons; Bb genetically changes inside the host so when it is cultured to be re-introduced to a new healthy animal, virulence factors might have changed; certain strains of the bacteria isolated from different patients may not be the same so growing a pure culture will not have the same results in every experiment.

"The Chrysalids" by John Wyndham is a science fiction novel that contains elements such as telepathy, mutations, and a post-apocalyptic world where genetic purity is strictly enforced. These elements contribute to the dystopian setting and themes of the novel.

Strictly, only elements have chemical "symbols". Compounds such as water have chemical formulas, and the one for water is H2O.

All the natural element are elements 1 through 92, or Hydrogen through Uranium. However, there are two exceptions: Promethium and Technetium, elements 43 and 61, which for some reason are strictly synthetic, or unable to be formed in nature.

Yes Strictly you only need arithmetic for a cashier. Some people regard maths as being another word for arithmetic, but it isn't (it also includes geometry, trigonometry, algebra, calculus.....)

A strictly lower triangular matrix is a kind of (lower) triangular matrix. Term "lower" implies matrix has elements only in the lower half. The condition "strictly" implies that even the "diagonal" of such lower triangular matrix is populated with '0's. The strictly lower triangular matrix thus has '0's in its diagonal as well as the upper triangle part. In other words, a strictly lower triangular matrix is a lower triangular matrix minus its diagonal.