# Thread: Proof: Euclidean Proposition 14

1. ## Proof: Euclidean Proposition 14

A theorem

If a tranversal meets two parallel straight lines it makes (1) alternate angles equal (2) corresponding angles equal, (3) interior angles on the same side of the transversal supplementary.

Reference: Geometry for High Schools by W. J. Lougheed and J. G. Workman

Euclidean Proposition 14.pdf

2. ## Re: Proof: Euclidean Proposition 14

Is there a reason why you are posting all of these pdfs? Are you looking for assistance of some sort? Or are you just posting your solutions in case anyone else wants to take a look?

3. ## Re: Proof: Euclidean Proposition 14

Originally Posted by SlipEternal
Is there a reason why you are posting all of these pdfs? Are you looking for assistance of some sort? Or are you just posting your solutions in case anyone else wants to take a look?
Extremely sorry if I have offended anyone. I don't know if mathhelpforum.com is the right website to post these proofs or not. But my main reason for posting all these proofs is to help people. So that when people come to this website and search, they can find them at their fingertips. If you think this website is not meant for such posts I will not post anything. Please feel free to let me know. But my main purpose is to help people. Again sorry for causing problems.

4. ## Re: Proof: Euclidean Proposition 14

Originally Posted by x3bnm
Extremely sorry if I have offended anyone. I don't know if mathhelpforum.com is the right website to post these proofs or not. But my main reason for posting all these proofs is to help people. So that when people come to this website and search, they can find them at their fingertips. If you think this website is not meant for such posts I will not post anything. Please feel free to let me know. But my main purpose is to help people. Again sorry for causing problems.
No offense at all. I was curious what these posts were for. I would very much like to see a database of different interpretations of a problem so that when someone is struggling with an assignment, they can look up four or five different approaches to the same problem and hopefully gain a better understanding.

Unfortunately, this forum is not equipped to serve as that type of database. The primary goal for this forum is when someone has a specific question, the math helpers attempt to lead whoever posts towards a solution without giving them our version of a solution. We try to help them arrive at answers on their own.