An Essay on the Foundations of Geometry

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The article "A new approach to means of two positive numbers" [14] was reviewed in the journal ZDM (1986c.10787) [50]. His use of equations to partially solve the geometric Problem of Pappus revolutionized mathematics. These topics are tied together through the central ideas of mathematical modeling and communication. Then by subracting the measure of B1 from each side of this equality, we have that the measure of A1 equals the measure of A2.

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