anonymous
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I will give a medal, if someone can help me answer this question A theorem is proved using a geometric proof. true false postulates theorems
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anonymous
  • anonymous
true? it makes sense to me
anonymous
  • anonymous
c =)
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks

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anonymous
  • anonymous
IIRC, a theorem is a statement that is proved using prior assumptions (axioms & postulates). If you use a geometric argument, then it's a geometric proof. You can prove a theorem by different arguments (induction, contradiction and so on). Personally, I think it's a badly formulated question. and speed of light is constant # that's a well known a postulate
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*as
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@jakashaka123 can you help me with one more

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