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Points, Lines, and Planes. Chapter 1.2. Warm Up. Definitions. Examples (need to cover answers). Definitions. Examples (need to cover answers). Axiom = Postulate. Axiom or also know as a postulate, are the building blocks of geometry. They are accepted statements based on facts and logic.

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Points, Lines, and Planes

Chapter 1.2

Axiom = Postulate
• Axiom or also know as a postulate, are the building blocks of geometry. They are accepted statements based on facts and logic.
• Postulates will help us “prove” statements/ hypothesis and will make us better logical thinkers!

Imagine that you are a photographer and have your camera mounted on a tripod.

Why is it important that it’s a tripod instead of a Bipod or a monopod?

Why would you or would you not line all three legs in one line?