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This document discusses the history and evolution of geometry. It begins by defining geometry as the measurement of earth and outlines its origins in ancient Egypt and the Indus Valley civilization where it was used to measure land and construct buildings. It then covers important early Greek mathematicians like Thales and Pythagoras and their theorems. Most of the document focuses on Euclid's Elements, outlining his definitions, postulates, axioms and use of deductive reasoning to prove 465 theorems. It also discusses criticisms of Euclid's definitions and the development of non-Euclidean geometry on curved surfaces.

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Introduction to euclid’s geometry

This document provides an overview of geometry and Euclidean geometry. It discusses that geometry is the branch of mathematics concerned with shape, size, position, and space. Euclidean geometry is based on Euclid's work in the Elements and uses undefined terms like point and line, along with definitions, axioms, and postulates to develop theorems about flat space. Some of Euclid's key definitions, axioms, and postulates are presented, including the parallel postulate which caused debate as it did not seem as obvious as the others. Alternative versions of the parallel postulate are also mentioned.

Euclidean geometry

Euclid was an ancient Greek mathematician who is considered the founder of geometry. He proposed 23 definitions and 5 postulates to form the basis of Euclidean geometry. The postulates could not be proved, but were considered intuitively true, while the definitions assigned clear meanings to basic geometric elements like points, lines, and planes. Euclid then deduced many other geometric theorems and propositions by applying logical reasoning to these initial definitions and postulates. His textbook, Elements, laid the foundations of geometry as a logical deductive system and influenced mathematics for centuries.

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This document provides an overview of Euclid and geometry. It introduces Euclid and defines some key terms from his work, including definitions of points, lines, and straight lines. It outlines some of Euclid's axioms, such as things equal to the same thing being equal to each other. It also lists Euclid's five postulates, including that a straight line can be drawn between any two points and a circle can be drawn with any center and radius. The document is presented by Shobhit Chaudhary and covers topics like the origins and early developments of geometry as well as key concepts from Euclid's work.

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- The Elements covers 13 books on topics like plane geometry, number theory, and solid geometry, containing over 450 theorems deduced from the initial assumptions.
- It established geometry as a logical science and had a major impact on mathematics and science for over 2000

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Nearly 5000 years ago, geometry originated in Egypt as a means to measure land but was presented as statements of results rather than proofs. The Greeks, including Euclid, further developed geometry by introducing deductive reasoning and defining basic concepts like points and lines. Euclid published his findings in "The Elements", which defined fundamental geometric objects and introduced concepts like parallel lines. The parallel postulate could not be proven from the other postulates and is the foundation for non-Euclidean geometries.

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2. It defines basic geometric terms like points, lines, planes, and provides Euclid's original definitions and postulates.
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Euclid was an ancient Greek mathematician born around 325 BC in Greece. He received education from Plato's school and later taught in Alexandria, Egypt. There he wrote his famous book "The Elements" which established the foundations of geometry and is still used today. The book defined basic geometric terms like points, lines, and angles and established fundamental principles through a series of definitions, axioms, and postulates. These included being able to draw straight lines between points and extend lines indefinitely, as well as the parallel postulate which helped define parallel lines. Euclid's work established geometry as the first deductive system and has influenced mathematics for centuries.

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Euclid of Alexandria, known as the "Father of Geometry", wrote his influential treatise Elements around 300 BC. In it, he defined fundamental geometric terms like points, lines, and planes and established basic principles called axioms and postulates that could be used to prove other geometric results without needing further proof. Some of Euclid's key definitions included that a point has no size, a line has length but no width, and a plane surface has length and width. His axioms and postulates laid the groundwork for deductive reasoning in geometry.

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- 1. By Ms.Arshi
- 2. Introduction Geometry:-’Geo’ means “earth” and ‘metrein’ means “to measure”. Need of measuring land
- 3. Evolution of Geometry in different countries(Egypt) River Nile flooding- boundaries of plots were overdrawn Techniques for finding volumes of granaries, constructing canals and pyramids.
- 4. Truncated Pyramid -Volume
- 5. Use of Geometry in Indus Valley Civilization Excavations at Harappa and Mohenjodaro. Cities , roads, drainage systems, rooms of different types(mensuration and practical arithmetic), bricks (4:2:1)
- 7. Thales (Greek Mathematician) Thales gave first known proof Circle is bisected by its diameter
- 9. Euclid (325-265 BC) “Elements” Treatise on Math & Geometry
- 10. Euclid’s Definitions 1. A point is that which has no part. 2. A line is breadthless length. 3. The ends of a line are points. 4. A straight line is a line which lies evenly with the points on itself. 5. A surface is that which has length and breadth only. 6. The edges of a surface are lines. 7. A plane surface is a surface which lies evenly with the straight lines on itself.
- 11. The definitions of a point, a line, and a plane, are not accepted by mathematicians. Therefore, these terms are taken as undefined. Models Euclid’s Definitions problem
- 12. Assumptions specific to Geometry Common notions not linked to Geometry
- 13. Euclid's Postulates: 1. A straight line can be drawn from any point to any point. 2. A terminated line can be produced indefinitely. 3. It is possible to describe a circle with any centre any distance. 4. All right angles are equal to one another. 5. If a straight line falling on two straight lines makes the interior angles on the same side of it taken together less than two right angles, then the two straight lines, if produced indefinitely, meet on that side on which the sum of angles is less than two right angles.
- 14. Two equivalent versions of the Fifth Euclid’s postulates: (i). ‘For every line l and for every point P not lying on l, there exists a unique line m passing through P and parallel to l’. (ii). Two distinct intersecting lines cannot be parallel to the same line.
- 15. Euclid's Axioms: 1. Things which are equal to the same things are also equal to one another. E.g. If A=B & C=B. that is both A & C are equal to B, then A & C will be equal. 2. If equals are added to equals, then the wholes are equal. E.g. Two glasses A & A’ has same volume of water. Now we add equal quantity of water B, to both glass A & A’, then the final volume of water in the jar will be same. A+ B will be equal to A’ + B. 3. If equals are subtracted from equals, then the remainders are equal. E.g. Two glasses A & A’ has same volume of water. Now we remove equal quantity of water B, from both glass A & A’, then the final volume of water in the jar will be same. A- B will be equal to A’ - B. 4. Things which coincide with one another are equal to one another. E.g. if two triangles coincide with each other then they are equal.
- 16. Euclid's Axioms: 5. The whole is greater than the part. This statement is true in physics, chemistry, mathematics, geometry, biology, economics etc. 6. Things which are double of the same things are equal to one another. If A= A’ then 2A= 2A’. 7. Things which are halves of the same things are equal to one another. If A= A’ then ½ A= ½ A’.
- 17. Theorems or Prepositions: After stating Postulates & Axioms, Euclid used these to prove other results by applying deductive reasoning. E.g.: “Diameter divides circle in 2 parts” is a theorem. Euclid deduced 465 Theorems. “Two distinct lines cannot have more than one point in common” is a theorem.
- 18. Non Euclidean Geometry/Spherical geometry Lines are not straight. They are parts of great circles (i.e., circles obtained by the intersection of a sphere and planes passing through the centre of the sphere). 5th postulate of Euclid- Lines AN & BN should not meet but they meet at point N. It has been proved that Euclidean geometry is valid only for the figures in the plane. On the curved surfaces, it fails.