Geometry has a lengthy and illustrious past. The English translation of the Greek word 'Geometron' is 'Geometry'. 'Geo' means ‘the earth’ and 'metron' means measurement. According to historians, geometrical principles originated in ancient times, most likely as a result of the necessity in art, architecture, and measurement. The accuracy and perfection with which ancient palaces, temples, lakes, dams, and towns, as well as art and architecture, which still exist today, were constructed, is a testimony to the fact.

Geometrical concepts are used in all types of art, measurements, architecture, engineering, and fabric design today. The objects of daily use, such as boxes, tables, books, etc., which come in various shapes and sizes, involve the application of geometric principles. The lunch box that you bring to school and the ball you play with are of different geometrical shapes and sizes.

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The **basic geometrical ideas** presented here are simple to grasp and can help students quickly resolve any questions they may have. For each question, the best methods are used to describe the solutions. These answers will assist students in understanding the reasoning and ideas discussed in the subject.

Various geometric concepts such as line, line segment, parallel lines, angles, closed curves, open curves, polygons, triangles, and other geometrical figures have been explained:

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