en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geometry

Geometry is a branch of mathematics concerned with questions of shape, size,
relative position ..... The best-known examples of topologies come from metrics,
which are ways of measuring distances be...

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The Origin Of Geometry. Asked by Cristy Smith, student, Valliant High School on
October 23, 1997: Where did geometry originate? This is a difficult question to ...

www.scit.wlv.ac.uk/~cm1993/maths/mm2217/og.htm

Where did geometry originate? Most people assume the Egyptians started it. a)
Through their practical surveying b) The 'leisure class' of priests pursued it for ...

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Geometry comes from two Greek words, “ge” meaning “earth” and “metria”
meaning .... Does doubling each number in a Pythagorean triple result in a new ...

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Before the time of recorded history, geometry originated out of practical necessity;
it was the ... Sometimes they guessed correctly, but other times they did not.

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Initially, as with the Egyptians, geometry originated from practical necessity and ...
did not appear to use deductive reasoning to uncover geometric techniques ...

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Thales may be considered to have originated the geometry of lines, which forms
a .... The Pythagoreans did not make such a distinction, as they considered ...

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Geometry's origins go back to approximately 3,000 BC in ancient Egypt. ...
remained consistent, but the idea that parallel lines do not meet did not stay true.

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May 10, 2016 ... Projective geometry originated with the French mathematician Girard ..... While
not able to square the circle, Hippocrates did demonstrate the ...

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Historically, it was regarded as the science of quantity, whether of magnitudes (as
in geometry) or of numbers (as in arithmetic) or of the generalization of these ...