# Geometry

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 Non-Euclidean geometry evolved from mathematical breakthroughs of the early 19th century, offering scientists a way to illustrate highly complex concepts of physics, space and time. By Shawn Donovan
 Ever wonder just how is geometry used in everyday life? The truth is that geometry surrounds you every single day. By Shawn Donovan
 If you've ever played pool, you've seen geometry and physics in action. Learning how to use the diamond aiming system on a pool table will show you just how important geometry is to the game of pool. By Derek Gerry
 Euclid’s five postulates are the basis of the logical structure of his geometry. By Janet Grischy
 Medians and altitudes in triangles are both ways to divide the inside of a triangle, but they have important differences to remember. By Jen Adams
 Euclidean geometry is useful for determining the areas, volumes and perimeters of many different shapes. By Janet Grischy
 Symmetry takes many shapes and sizes and is found in biology, nature and mathematics. By Janet Grischy
 Learn the basic geometry formulas to calculate the area of a rectangle, triangle and a circle, and you'll be on your way to understanding more complex geometric concepts. By Shawn Donovan
 These fun geometry project ideas tap into the things that kids love, giving them a new appreciation for the role of geometry in our everyday lives. By Shawn Donovan
 There are only five Platonic solids, the tetrahedron, cube, dodecahedron, icosahedron and octahedron. By Janet Grischy
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