## Volume 7 Overview

â€‹**Included:**

383-page paperback book with 30Â lessons, 30Â worksheets, fiveÂ chapter tests andÂ one final test

Answer KeyÂ in the back of the book with full solutionsÂ Â **â€‹**

If your student scores well (B+ or better) on the final test, then one credit for GeometryÂ is earned.

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**Can I start with Volume 7?**

If your student understands how to use the Pythagorean Theorem and knows the difference between the three special triangles, then you can use volume 7 as your stand-alone geometry course.

Otherwise, read volume 4, our basic geometry course, before starting volume 7.Â Volume 4 will take about one month to complete.

**Features:**

Geometry has never been so easy as it is with Learn Math Fast.

Topics covered in volume 7 are typically taught in eleventhÂ grade, but we don't mention grade level in the books.

Public School teaches Geometry after algebra 1.Â We teach algebra 2 after algebra 1, then geometry.

Most high school students can complete this book in about three months.

Complete algebra 1, algebra 2 and Geometry in one school year, and watch your SAT score soar!

Upon purchase, you will receive a password to access a page on our website that contains printable pdf versions of every worksheet in the book.

An older student can complete this book in about threeÂ months.Â â€‹

OPTION:â€‹

A Set of Smart Cards

We have summarized all the Postulates and Theorems taught in each chapter onto cards for easy access.Â These five 8 1/2" x 11" sheets are contained in a paper folder along with four smaller postulate cards.Â (Sold separately).

**Sample Pages**

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**Scope and Sequence:**

Students learn to recognize Supplementary and Complementary Angles.

Identifying Corresponding, Alternate Interior and Alternate Exterior Angles to solve for x.

Using Postulates and Theorems to write a Formal Proof.

Mathematically find Congruent Triangles to solve story problems.

How to find the Altitude, Median and Bisector of a Right Triangle.

Using Sine, Cosine and Tangent to solve for x in a Right Triangle.

Students will learn the difference between a Rhombus, a Rectangle and a Trapezoid, and how to find the area of each.

Learn how to solve for missing Interior and Exterior Angles of a Polygon.

Finding the Area of Polygons.

Solving for Interior Angles inside a Circle and Exterior Angles that intercept Circles.

Identifying Congruent Circles.

Solving for unknown angles in a Circle using Intersecting Chords and Arc Length Proportions.

Students will learn how to Simplify Radicals.

How to find the Area of a Circle, Sector and Circle Segment.

Finding the volume of a space figure.

**Table of Contents**

Review of Basic Geometry

Supplementary, Complementary, and Vertical Angles

The Point of Geometry

Corresponding, Alternate Interior and Alternate Exterior Angles

Properties of Equality and Congruence

The Formal Proof

Chapter 1 Test

Congruent Triangles

Altitude, Medians and Bisectors of a Triangle

More about Triangles

Right Triangles with and Altitude

Opposite vs. Adjacent

Sine

Cosine

Tangent

Chapter 2 Test

Quadrilaterals

Rhombus

Rectangle

Trapezoids

Area of Three- and Four-sided Shapes

Chapter 3 Test

Interior and Exterior Angles of a Polygon

Area of a Polygon

Chapter 4 Test

Circles

Interior Angles in a Circle

Congruent Circles

Exterior Angles Intercepting Circles

Intersecting Chords in a Circle

Simplifying Radicals

Arc Length Proportion

Area of a Circle, Sector and Circle Segment

Volume

Chapter 5 Test

Final Test