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Table of Contents
|A Brief History of Geometry||p. 1|
|Basic Geometry Concepts||p. 3|
|An Overview of This Supplement||p. 3|
|Points, Lines, and Planes||p. 3|
|Between Points||p. 6|
|Congruent Objects and Bisectors||p. 8|
|Solving Word Problems in Geometry||p. 10|
|Construction Example: Using a Straightedge and Compass to Bisect a Line Segment||p. 11|
|The History of Geometry||p. 17|
|More About Angles||p. 19|
|Measuring and Classifying Angles||p. 19|
|Notation for Angle Measure and Congruence||p. 21|
|Common Relationships between Angles||p. 22|
|Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal||p. 27|
|Construction Example: Using a Straightedge and Compass to Bisect an Angle||p. 29|
|Proofs in Geometry||p. 35|
|The Practical Nature of Triangles||p. 37|
|Classifying Triangles||p. 38|
|The Angles of a Triangle||p. 41|
|Right Triangles: The Pythagorean Theorem||p. 44|
|Comparing the Sides and Angles of a Triangle||p. 45|
|Construction Example: Using a Compass to Create an Equilateral Triangle||p. 46|
|Proofs in Geometry||p. 52|
|More About Triangles-Congruence and Similarity||p. 55|
|Congruent Triangles||p. 55|
|Congruence Theorems for Triangles||p. 56|
|Similar Triangles||p. 57|
|Special Right Triangles||p. 61|
|Finding the Height of a Building||p. 70|
|Classifying Quadrilaterals||p. 71|
|The Angles of a Quadrilateral||p. 75|
|Quadrilaterals and Bisectors||p. 81|
|Identifying and Classifying Polygons||p. 83|
|Theorems Concerning the Angles and Diagonals of a Polygon||p. 85|
|Dissecting a Regular Hexagon||p. 91|
|Area and Perimeter||p. 93|
|Derived Area Formulas||p. 96|
|Your Dream House||p. 108|
|Definitions and Terminology||p. 109|
|Circumference and Area||p. 112|
|Sectors and Arc Length||p. 114|
|Proofs in Geometry||p. 122|
|Volume and Surface Area||p. 125|
|Volume Formulas for Cubes, Rectangular Solids, Cylinders, and Prisms||p. 126|
|The Sphere||p. 129|
|Cones and Pyramids||p. 129|
|Surface Area||p. 130|
|Approximating Volumes||p. 139|
|Terminology Associated with Ratios in a Right Triangle||p. 141|
|Finding Unknown Values||p. 143|
|Trigonometric Ratio Values for Special Angles||p. 146|
|Trig Meets World||p. 151|
|Solutions to Odd-Numbered Exercises||p. 157|
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