Geometry is one of the ancient branches of mathematics that deals with the properties of various geometrical figures.
Did you ever wonder how the height of the pyramid in Egypt is measured?
Have you ever wondered how Saturn's distance from the Sun has been measured?
Their heights and distances are determined using the idea of indirect measurements, which are based
on the principle of similarity of figures.
In this chapter, we will learn about the concept of similar triangles, the Basic proportionality theorem, the Angle bisector theorem and Pythagoras's theorem and how they are applied in real life.
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