It’s the end of the month again, so it’s time for our month in review. Below are the list of posts this month arranged by popularity. Representing the Sum and Difference of Two Squares The Proof of the Midsegment Theorem Deriving the Area of a Circle — Another Way The Derivation of the Area of […]

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# Monthly Archives: March 2013

## The Axioms of Equality

In the previous post, we have discussed about the axioms of real numbers. In this post, we learn about five more axioms, the axioms of equality in real numbers . Again, most of you are already familiar with these axioms since they are quite intuitive. We will emphasize these axioms because we are going to […]

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## The Axioms of Real Numbers

When this blog began, I discussed the Five Postulates of Euclid, statements which are assumed to be true, where the entire Geometry that you know in elementary school and high school was built upon. From these 5 statements and several definitions came theorems and theorems that needed proofs. These theorems built the entire Euclidean Geometry. […]

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