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Right triangles to two there a exists // single triangle with the sum of its angles equal any given into line segment. two right angles y then the sum to of the angles of every triangle will be equal two right angles. Given a triangle with the sum of its three angles equal to two to be proved that any other triangle ABC has its right angles, sum to two right angles. It may be assumed that ABC equal angle it is THE POSTULATE FIFTH (Fig. 17) is 39 a right triangle, since any triangle can be divided into two right triangles.

Proactually proved that the area of a triangle two and of its the sum between the difference angles portional to to and of the second in the case to excess the hypothesis right angles, the deficit in the case of the third. He noted the resemblance of the in geometry based on the second hypothesis to spherical geometry its to which the area of a triangle is proportional spherical excess, and was bold enough to lean toward the conclusion that in a like manner the geometry based on the third hypothesis could be verified 13 This tract, as well as Sacchcn's treatise, is reproduced in Engcl and Stackcl, Dte Theone der Parallellmten von Eukltdbts auf Gauss (Leipzig, 1895).

I relates the congruence of 6. ) The Postulate of Linear Completeness. It is not possible to add, to the system of points of the extended system shall a line, points form a new geometry for which all such that of the foregoing linear postulates are valid. Upon this Euclidean. " 10. POSTULATE his postulate 5 had the fortune to be perhaps the most famous single utterance CASSIUS J. KEYSER l Introduction. Even a cursory examination of Book I of Euclid's Elements will it comprises three distinct parts, although Euclid did not reveal that formally separate them.