||Pages in this category should be moved to subcategories where applicable.
This category may require frequent maintenance to avoid becoming too large. It should directly contain very few, if any, pages and should mainly contain subcategories.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Geometry.|
Geometry is the branch of mathematics dealing with spatial relationships. The word Geometry means to measure the earth. From experience, or possibly intuitively, people characterize space by certain fundamental qualities, which are termed axioms in geometry. Such axioms are insusceptible to proof, but can be used in conjunction with mathematical definitions for points, straight lines, curves, surfaces, and solids to draw logical conclusions.
This category has the following 32 subcategories, out of 32 total.
- ► Elementary geometry (5 C, 78 P)
- ► Noncommutative geometry (12 P)
- ► Orientation (geometry) (4 C, 74 P)
- ► Symmetry (12 C, 124 P)
- ► Geometry stubs (5 C, 245 P)
Pages in category "Geometry"
The following 137 pages are in this category, out of 137 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
- Cat's cradle
- Cavalieri's principle
- Circumcenter of mass
- Coin rotation paradox
- Complex line
- Complex reflection group
- Computational anatomy
- Corner-point grid
- Corresponding sides and corresponding angles
- Coxeter decompositions of hyperbolic polygons
- Cramer–Castillon problem