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## Geometry education

High school students study geometry as the fourth math course. Among other things, they learn about points, lines, parallel lines, angles, triangles, trigonometry, quadrilaterals, planes, transformations, circles, similarity, and area.

College Geometry covers neutral and Euclidean geometry with a focus on valid arguments. Some portions of non-Euclidean geometry are also present. The college geometry courses review basic geometry concepts, including the algebraic and synthetic approaches, and proceed with more advanced topics.

Important topics are two- and three-dimensional shapes, congruent and similar triangles, circles, quadrilaterals, plane geometry, and non-Euclidean geometry.

### Applications of geometry in real life

- CAD and Architecture
- Construction blueprints
- Manufacturing
- Nanotechnology
- Cartography
- Interior design
- Robotics
- Sports
- Natural sciences
- Art including performing art
- Computer and video games programming
- Geographic information systems
- Astronomy
- Star maps and space travel

### Geometry & Math

Geometry comes from Ancient Greek (geo means “earth” and metron refers to “measurement”). Alongside arithmetic, geometry is the oldest branch of mathematics—the recorded origins of geometry trace to the 2nd millennium BC of ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia.

It deals with properties of shapes, figures and objects, and space related to size, distance, and their relative positions. A geometer is a specialized mathematician in the field of geometry.

### Geometry & Trigonometry

Trigonometry is a computational variant of geometry. Plane geometry defines a triangle as a shape determined by a side and two angles. If we know the measurement of one side and two angles in the triangle, we can find out the values of the other two sides and the remaining angle.

Geometry is the study of the properties of any geometrical figure. Trigonometry studies the properties of triangles and right triangles in particular. Trigonometry came into existence after geometry for its use in astronomy—both the branches of mathematics deal with distances and angles. Trigonometry studies the relationship between the ratios of the sides and angles of a right-angled triangle.

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### Geometry topics

Geometry topics mainly fall under **two broad sections: Plane Geometry and Solid Geometry.**

#### 1. Plane geometry

It covers shapes on a flat 2-dimensional surface like paper or a wooden plane. The three types of plane geometry are: spherical, Euclidian, and hyperbolic. The main topics in plane geometry are:

- Triangles
- Right-angled triangles
- Equilateral and isoceles triangles
- Quadrilaterals
- Rectangle, Rhombus, Square,
- Parallelogram, Trapezoid and Kite
- Perimeter and area of plane shapes
- Area of a polygon by drawing
- Regular polygons and their properties
- Circle, sector, and segment
- Pi (π)
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- Angles, degrees, and radians
- Congruent, interior, and exterior angles
- Acute, right, obtuse, straight, and reflex angles
- Supplementary and complementary angles
- Using drafting tools like the protractor and compass
- Transformations and symmetry
- Cartesian coordinates
- Coordinate geometry
- Pythagoras theorem
- Conic sections, eccentricity, and ellipse
- Parabola and projectile motion
- Hyperbola
- Tangents and secants

#### 2. Solid geometry

It is the geometry of 3-dimensional objects like a sphere or a cone. Here are some of the main topics that fall in the scope of solid geometry.

- Polyhedra and non-polyhedra
- Cubes and cuboids
- Prisms and pyramids
- Sphere and torus
- Cylinder and cone
- Polyhedron models
- Spheroid
- Cross-sections
- Vertices, faces, and edges
- Volume and surface area of a solid
- Euler’s theorem
- Hypercubes
- Moment of an area
- Pythagoras theorem in 3D

#### Some of the other branches of modern geometry are:

- Differential geometry
- Algebraic geometry
- Discrete geometry
- Complex geometry
- Topology
- Convex geometry
- Geometric group theory
- Computational geometry

### Geometry textbooks

- Tutor In a Book’s Geometry by Jo Greig, James R. Shilleto Ph.D. Publisher – Tutor In a Book
- Barron’s Math 360 – A Complete Study Guide to Geometry with Online Practice (Study Guide Edition) by Lawrence S. Leff M.S., Elizabeth Waite. Publisher - Barrons Educational Services
- Geometry Review and Workbook by Carolyn Wheater. Publisher - McGraw Hill
- Geometry Proofs Essential Practice Problems Workbook with Full Solutions by Chris McMullen. Publisher - Zishka Publishing
- The Humongous Book of Geometry Problems by W. Michael Kelley. Publisher – Alpha
- Geometry – The Easy Way (Barron’s Easy Way) by Elizabeth Waite, Lawrence Leff M.S. Publisher - Barrons Educational Services
- High School Geometry Unlocked – Your Key to Mastering Geometry (High School Subject Review) Illustrated Edition. Publisher – The Princeton Review
- McDougal Concepts & Skills Geometry (Student Edition) by Ron Larson, Laurie Boswell, Lee Stiff. Publisher – McDougal Littell

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