Q: What is an undefined term of geometry?

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a term with no dfinition

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.

because bakla ka

point , line and plane

In Euclidean geometry point, line and plane are not defined.

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a term with no dfinition

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.

a point

A point.

because bakla ka

point , line and plane

an angle whose measure is between 90 and 180

In Euclidean geometry point, line and plane are not defined.

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.

There are typically three words in geometry that are undefined. The first is "point." A point has no dimension, length, width, or thickness. The second is "line." A line has no thickness and goes on indefinitely in both directions. The third undefined term is "plane." A plane has no thickness and has no boundaries.

a plane

the "building blocks" of geometry(which are the point,line and plane)are so-called undefined because, technically,they can't be described without the aid of words which are undefined themselves.