Axiom  Definition and Examples
An axiom or postulate is an accepted statement that requires no proof. In fact the word axiom comes from the Greek word ἀξίωμα that can have the following meanings:
 that which is thought fit or worthy
 that which is considered selfevident
 that which a pupil is required to know beforehand
Examples of axioms or accepted statements that require no proof
1. If two lines intersect, then they intersect in exactly one point
2. Two points are always located on the same line
3. Humans cannot hold their breath for more than half an hour.

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