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a. A point is that of which there is no part.
b. And a line is a length without breadth.
c. And the extremities of a line are points.
d. A straight-line is whatever lies evenly with points upon itself.
e. And a surface is that which has length and breadth alone.
f. And the extremities of a surface are lines.
The first six of Euclid’s definitions attempt to define the three undefined terms in geometry: points, lines, and planes. Do you think that these definitions are sufficient? Why or why not
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