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Theorems and Postulates for Geometry
http://regentsprep.org/regents/math/...B/theorems.htm http://regentsprep.org/regents/math/...hGEOMETRY.htm 


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Geometry and trig proofs, with diagrams
I was messing with the triangle on the interactive thing, and made the triangle just a line. It said the line is an obtuse isosceles triangle. Really? Is "obtuse isosceles triangle" really another way to say "a line"?
Edit: I was thinking about this and I think the definition of triangle should be (if it's not already) a shape with 3 angles, each greater than 0. 


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There is also a very good site about geometry:gogeometry.com .the site contains a big number of theoremes as exercises with many question in order to prove the theoreme,



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