Maybe some theorems are not yet discovered, hence it is not possible to give a full list. Maybe there are infinite theorems. You don't need a complete list if you can prove them yourself.

However it is good to know some 'famous' theorems (like Pythagoras theorem).

you can check out these two sites:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Theoremsinplanegeometry and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Euclideanplane_geometry

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TopNewestMaybe some theorems are not yet discovered, hence it is not possible to give a full list. Maybe there are infinite theorems. You don't need a complete list if you can prove them yourself.

However it is good to know some 'famous' theorems (like Pythagoras theorem).

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Yes I want only famous theorems which r applicable in competitions.....

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You can check out this Art of Problem Solving forum.

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you can check out these two sites:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Theorems

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I cant see anything.!?

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