SSC MCQ Question Ans. Lines, Angles and Triangles

Geometry is an old branch of mathematics.  The word ‘geometry’ comes from the Greek words ‘geo’, meaning the ‘earth’, and ‘metrein’, meaning ‘to measure’. So, the word ‘geometry’ means ‘the measurement of land.’ Geometry appears to have originated from the need for measuring land in the age of agricultural based civilization. However, nowadays geometry is not only used for measuring lands but rather a knowledge of geometry is also now indispensable for solving many complicated mathematical problems.

SSC MCQ Question Ans. Lines, Angles and Triangles


SSC MCQ Question Ans. Lines, Angles and Triangles

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SSC Physics MCQ Question With Answer

The practice of geometry is evident in the relics of an ancient civilization.  According to the historians, concepts and ideas of geometry were applied to the survey of lands about four thousand years ago in ancient Egypt. Signs of application of geometry are visible in different practical works of ancient Egypt, Babylon, India, China, and the Incas civilization.  In the Indian subcontinent, there were extensive usages of geometry in the Indus Valley civilization. The excavations at Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro show the evidence of that there was a well-planned city.

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