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MAT 131: Support and Supplemental Content: MAT 131 Modules 1-4

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Module 1

Module 2

Module 3

Euclid's five postulates can be stated as follows

  1. It is possible to draw a straight line segment joining any two points.
  2. It is possible to indefinitely extend any straight line segment continuously in a straight line.
  3. Given any straight line segment, it is possible to draw a circle having the segment as a radius and one endpoint as its center.
  4. All right angles are equal to each other or congruent
  5. Through a given point not on a given straight line, only one line can be drawn parallel to a given line.

Module 4