The inventor of geometry was Euclid, and his nickname was The Father of Geometry. Euclid obtained his education at Plato's Academy in Athens, Greece and then moved to Alexandria. More »

Euclid of Alexandria is called the Father of Geometry. He received his education at Plato's Academy in Greece and moved to Egypt to teach. He taught during the reign of Ptolemy I Soter, the first Macedonian ruler. Euclid... More »

The Greek mathematician Euclid of Alexandria is considered to be the father of geometry. His mathematical and geometric treatise "Elements" is one of the most influential works in mathematics as well as one of the most s... More »

The ancient Greek mathematician Euclid is often referred to as the father of geometry. Euclid lived in Alexandria around 300 B.C. and is the author of a treatise on mathematics and geometry known as "The Elements," widel... More »

Euclid, a Greek mathematician, wrote the book "Elements, " which presented the basic principles for what is now known as Euclidian geometry. Euclid established the system of postulates and proofs still in use today in ge... More »

Geometry is the math related to proportions, or size, shape and position, so practical applications of geometry come in measurement and spatial reasoning. Everything from wrapping a gift to designing a backyard landscape... More »

The Prentice Hall Geometry book has a separate answer key called “Prentice Hall Mathematics: Geometry - Solution Key." This answer key is available from several sources, including More »