|Sep6-11, 10:21 PM||#1|
Finding the converse of Euclid's fifth postulate (parallel postulate)
1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
I have to state the converse of the following sentence:
3. The attempt at a solution
The statement is a mouthful, so I just want to make sure I got the converse right.
|Sep7-11, 12:14 AM||#2|
I think you'd do better to begin "If two lines produced indefinitely meet on a side of a straight line that falls upon them then on that side ...."
Are you taking old fashioned geometry?
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