Universal Geometry Theorem , Postulate, etc Number

Discussion in 'Math' started by Lightfire, Jan 15, 2014.

  1. Lightfire

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    Is there any universal book (like for example, DSM for APA) that contains all the theorem and postulates of geometry?

    Is there any organization that compiles all the existing theorems and postulates.

    It'd be easy to have a universal book that lists all the theorems and postulates orderly. So I say Theorem 99, we know what theorem is that. Books numbers theorems and postulates but their numbering is arbitrary.

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  2. studiot

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    What sort of geometry?

    I would also hope that geometry is a more exact science than mental health.
     
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  4. russ_hensel

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    All the theorems, or just the true one, or just the true ones discovered so far?

    Why?

    Do you realize how many geometries there are? How many dimensions would you like?

    In short I think not.
     
  5. amilton542

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    Your best bet is to start with Euclid's Elements. Only then, will you begin to appreciate how other geometries have emerged.
     
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  6. studiot

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  7. Lightfire

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    For a complete reference.

    just the true ones discovered so—that's it.

    Do you realize how many geometries there are? How many dimensions would you like?

    In short I think not.[/QUOTE]
    Yes, I do. Dimension? It depends.

    just the true ones discovered so—that's it.
     
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