The converse in geometry applies to a conditional statement. In a conditional statement, the words "if" and "then" are used to show assumptions and conclusions that are to be arrived at using logical reasoning. This is o... More »

In geometry, converse, inverse and contrapositive are conditional statements consisting of a hypothesis and a conclusion. These statements are also known as “if-then statements.” The hypothesis part of a conditional stat... More »

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A conditional statement is an "if-then" statement used in geometry to relate a particular hypothesis to its conclusion. An arrow originating at the hypothesis, denoted by p, and pointing at the conclusion, denoted by q, ... More »

Coordinating geometry proofs involves choosing a formula, drawing a graph, showing all work to demonstrate how the result was achieved, then concluding with a short statement of proof to explain what was proven and its v... More »

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A conditional statement is an "if-then" statement used in geometry to relate a particular hypothesis to its conclusion. An arrow originating at the hypothesis, denoted by p, and pointing at the conclusion, denoted by q, ... More »

In geometry, a corollary is a statement that is proven true by another statement or considered to be a consequence of a statement's truth. Corollaries are believed to be true without additional proof besides the initial ... More »

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 »