The triangle proportionality theorem states that if we draw a line parallel to one side of a triangle so that it intersects the remaining two sides, then both sides are divided in the same proportion or divided equally. The triangle proportionality theorem is also known as the side-splitting theorem as it splits both sides into […]

# Category Archives: Geometry

The question, ‘How many sides does a circle have?‘ seems deceptively straightforward. Yet, it opens Pandora’s box of mathematical subtleties, leading to some of the most fundamental concepts in geometry. This article invites you to embark on a thought-provoking journey, aiming to explore this age-old question, shedding light on both traditional mathematical insights and modern […]

This discussion aims to illuminate the mathematical properties of secant circles, their relationship with tangents, and the rich tapestry of applications they find in science, engineering, and everyday life. Definition of Secant Circle In geometry, a secant circle, with respect to another circle, is a circle that intersects the given circle at exactly two distinct […]

This article explores the non adjacent angles, demystifying their properties, their relationships, and their roles in shaping the geometric world as we know it. Defining Non Adjacent Angles Non adjacent angles are two or more angles that do not share a common side (ray) or a common vertex (endpoint of the rays). They are distinct […]

This article invites you to explore the cone net, its properties, application, and examples. Definition of Cone Net The cone net refers to a two-dimensional pattern that can be folded along its edges to create a three-dimensional shape, in this case, a cone. The cone net generally consists of a circle (representing the base of […]