Hot Student Stories
top-5-grammar-and-spelling-checkers-to-rock-in-2019

An undefined term cannot be used in a theorem. True OR False.

Carlton Burgess

in Mathematics

follow
followin
1 answer
6 views

1 answer


Kyle Mckinney on January 14, 2018

The correct answer is:False.Explanation:open-ended term can be used in a test.There are three fundamental undefined terms in geometry: point, line and plane. All three of these can be used in a test; therefore, the claim that an undefined term cannot be used in a proof that it is false.


Add you answer