We will take a deductive approach to studying geometric terminology, reasoning and proofs, relationships of parallel and perpendicular lines, triangles, quadrilaterals, circles, proportions, similarity, trigonometry, area, surface area, and volume. Students will use geometric terminology and Euclid’s theorems and postulates to prove various relationships between two-dimensional geometric figures. Throughout the course, students learn to use rulers, protractors, compasses, as well as Geometer’s Sketchpad to construct various geometric figures to help them better understand the theorems and postulates learned during class. Various formulas will be used during class, including: midpoint, distance, slope, quadratic, area, and volume formulas. The course is broad based, but is essential knowledge for higher level mathematics courses, as well as SAT and ACT tests. Complete overview.
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