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Euclidean geometry

Geometry that works with things that are directly observable or intuitive understandable is referred to as euclidean geometry.

 


Explanation

Euclidean geometry is named after the ancient Greek Euclid, who described the geometry that we see around us. It consists of points, lines, planes, triangles, circles, arcs, cubes, spheres, cylinders, etc.

 


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