# GEOMETRY FINAL

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GEOMETRY PHASE 3 FINAL REVIEW

GEOMETRY FINAL

CHAPTER 1 BASIC GEOMETRY

Vocabulary
: point, line, plane, segment, ray, angle, collinear, coplanar, intersection, bisect, midpoint

Theorems

CHAPTER 2 ANGL
ES

Vocabulary
:
midpoint, complementary, supplementary, vertical angles, perpendicular lines

Theorems
: Midpoint Theorem, Angle Bisector Theorem

CHAPTER 3 TRIANGLES

Vocabulary
:
Intersecting lines,
parallel lines, corresponding angles, alternate interior an
d exterior, same
side interior and exterior, scalene, isosceles, equilateral, equiangular, acute, obtuse, polygons, regular
polygons

Theorems
: Parallel Lines theorems (transversals), Sum of triangle = 180, Sum of angles in polygon = (n

2) 180, Sum of ext
erior angles of polygon = 360

CHAPTER 4 CONGRUENT TRIANGLES

Vocabulary
: Corresponding parts, congruent, median, altitude, perpendicular bisector, isosceles triangles

Theorems
: SSS, SAS, AAS, ASA, HL, Isosceles Triangle Theorem, CPCTC

ERALS

Vocabulary
: quadrilateral, parallelogram, rectangle, rhombus, square, trapezoid, isosceles trapezoid,
median trapezoid

Theorems
: Sides, angles, diagonals of each quadrilateral

CHAPTER 7 SIMILAR POLYGONS

Vocabulary
: ratio, proportions, similar polygo
ns

Theorems
: AA similarity, SAS similarity, SSS similarity

CHAPTER 8 RIGHT TRIANGLES

Vocabulary
: Right triangles, sides/legs, hypotenuse, sine, cosine, tangent ratios

Theorems
: Pythagorean Theorem, 45
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45
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90, 30
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60
-
90

CHAPTER 9 CIRCLES

Vocabulary
: circl
e, sphere, center, radius, diameter, tangent/secant lines, chords, arcs, central angles,
inscribed angles

Theorems
: Congruent arcs and chords, Tangent line, angles inside/outside and relationship to intercepted
arcs, measurements of tangents, secants and c
hords

CHAPTER 11 AREA

Area Formulas
: Rectangle, square, parallelogram, rhombus, triangle, regular polygon, circles

CHAPTER 12 AREA and VOLUME of SOLIDS

Vocabulary
: prism
, cylinder

Theorems
:
Volume
and surface area
of each solid

GEOMETRY PHASE 3 FINAL REVIEW

NO PROOFS!!!!!!!!!!!
!!

Don’t try to learn every single detail, KNOW THE CONCEPTS!!

TRIANGLES

(especially right triangles)

LINES/ANGLES

(especially parallel lines, vertical angles)

CIRCLES

SHAPES &
SOLIDS

(volumes, areas)

The best way to study math is to D
O IT!

You need to do practice problems. There are Chapter Reviews and
C
hapter Tests for each Chapter in your textbook.

Use the website (
www.classzone.com
) for extra practice problems
.
Choose the Geometry Text
book link and find the practice exams

in
STUDENT TOOLS on the left hand side of the webpage
.

See me if you have any questions.

Otherwise, HAPPY STUDYING!!!!

http
://www.onlinemathlearning.com/sat
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practice
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questions
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geometry
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1.html

http://math.rice.edu/~lanius/Geom/quiza.html

http://www.sparknotes.com/testprep/books/newsat/powertactics/geometry/

http://www.proprofs.com/quiz
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school/story.php?titl
e=SAT
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Maths
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Practice
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Questions
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Focus
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on
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Geometry
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Problems
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1

http://www.testprepreview.com/modules/geometry.htm

www.collegeboard.com