Geometry is the branch of mathematics concerned with the properties and relations of points, lines, surfaces, solids, and higher dimensional analogs. Students will be introduced to numerous mathematical concepts that incorporate algebraic concepts. Additionally, many of the concepts can be utilized in a variety of professions like construction, music, scientific research, education, business, engineering, cooking, architecture, and medicine. The study guide is designed to help prepare students for exams by including additional examples that are explicitly applicable to this course.
Please note that students will need a graphing calculator for this course. We recommend the TI-84 Plus by Texas Instruments, but any graphing calculator capable of graphing algebraic equations, plotting data points, and performing regressions is fine.
There are 12 exams in Geometry.
Carter, Cuevas, et al, Geometry, McGraw-Hill.