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Euclid’s geometry, also called “Euclidean geometry,” is the study of geometry based on terms like “points,” “lines,” and “planes” that are not described. In other words, it studies flat and three-dimensional shapes and how they relate to aspects of lines, points, and surfaces. Euclid initiated axioms and postulates for these solid shapes in his book, which assisted in defining geometric patterns. Euclid’s geometry covers two programmes – plane geometry and solid geometry.

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