What is the purpose of Euclidean geometry?


The purpose of Euclidean Geometry is to understand plane (2-D) and solid (3-D) geometry with the understanding that things are "flat" Around 300BC Euclid organized the current knowledge of geometry in a series called the "13 elements" . Euclid was a
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