What is the difference between axiom and postulate?
Asked by abinash.gupta003 | 6th Jul, 2016, 06:02: PM
An axiom is a self-evident proposition, requiring no formal demonstration to prove its truth, but received and accepted as soon as mentioned.
A postulate is a claim to be taken for granted.
Answered by Rebecca Fernandes | 7th Jul, 2016, 09:27: AM
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