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From planes, points, and postulates to squares, spheres, and slopes — and everything in between — CliffsQuickReview Geometry can help you make sense of it all. This guide introduces each topic, defines key terms, and walks you through each sample problem step-by-step. Begin with a review of fundamental ideas such as theorems, angles, and intersecting lines. In no time, you'll be ready to work on other concepts such as
- Triangles and polygons: Classifying and identifying; features and properties; the Triangle Inequality Theorem; the Midpoint Theorem; and more
- Perimeter and area: Parallelograms, trapezoids, regular polygons, circles
- Similarity: Ratio and proportion; properties of proportions; similar triangles
- Right triangles
- Circles: Central angles and arcs; inscribed angles; chords, secants, tangents; arc length, sectors
- Geometric solids and coordinate geometry
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Table of contents:
Chapter 1: Fundamental Ideas.
Chapter 2: Parallel Lines.
Chapter 3: Triangles.
Chapter 4: Polygons.
Chapter 5: Perimeter and Area.
Chapter 6: Similarity.
Chapter 7: Right Triangles.
Chapter 8: Circles.
Chapter 9: Geometric Solids.
Chapter 10: Coordinate Geometry.
CQR Resource Center.