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In geometry, we take a point, a line and a plane (in Euclid’s words a plane surface) as undefined terms. The only thing is that we can represent them intuitively, or explain them with the help of ________.


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physical models
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B
axiom
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C
postulate 
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D
theorem 

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The correct option is A physical models
In geometry, we take a point, a line and a plane (in Euclid’s words a plane surface) as undefined terms. The only thing is that we can represent them intuitively, or explain them with the help of ‘physical models.’

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