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Master math : geometry, Debra Anne Ross
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 Summary
 Overview: Get ready to master the concepts and principles of geometry! Master Math: Geometry is a comprehensive reference guide that explains and clarifies the principles of geometry in a simple, easytofollow style and format. You'll begin with the language of geometry, deductive reasoning and proofs, and key axioms and postulates. And as you understand the most basic fundamental topics you'll progress through to the more advanced topics, with stepbystep procedures and solutions, along with examples and applications, to help you as you go. A complete table of contents and a comprehensive index enable you to quickly find specific topics, and the approachable style and format facilitate an understanding of what can be intimidating and tricky skills. Perfect for both students who need some extra help or rusty professionals who want to brush up, Master Math: Geometry will help you master everything from deductive reasoning and proofs to constructions and analytic geometry
 Language
 eng
 Extent
 vi, 406 pages
 Note

 Includes index
 "Master everything from deductive reasoning and proofs to polygons, circles, solids, and analytic geometry"Cover
 Contents

 Introduction
 Chapter 1: Language Of Geometry, Deductive Reasoning And Proofs, And Key Axioms And Postulates
 11: Language of geometry
 12: Deductive reasoning
 13: Theorems and how to write a proof
 14: Key axioms and postulates
 15: Chapter summary and highlights
 Chapter 2: Points, Lines, Planes, And Angles
 21: Points, lines, and planes
 22: Line segments and distance
 23: Parallel lines
 24: Perpendicular lines
 25: Distances and bisectors
 26: Rays and angles
 27: Chapter 2 summary and highlights
 Chapter 3: Ratios And Proportions
 31: Ratios and proportions
 32: Proportional segments
 33: Chapter 3 summary and highlights
 Chapter 4: Triangles, Congruence, And Similarity
 41: Triangle definitions, interior angle sum, and exterior angles
 42: Types of triangles
 43: Parts of triangles, altitude, bisector, median, and Ceva's theorem
 44: Inequalities and triangles
 45: Congruent triangles
 46: Similar triangles: congruent angles and sides in proportion
 47: Similar right triangles
 48: Right triangles: Pythagorean Theorem and 30: 60: 90 degrees and 45: 45: 90 degrees
 49: Triangles and trigonometric functions
 410: Area of a triangle
 411: Chapter 4 summary and highlights
 Chapter 5: Polygons And Quadrilaterals
 51: Polygons
 52: Sum of the interior and exterior angles in a polygon
 53: Regular polygons and their interior and exterior angle measures
 54: Quadrilaterals
 55: Parallelograms
 56: Special parallelograms: rectangles, rhombuses, and squares
 57: Trapezoids
 58: Area and perimeter of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, rhombuses, trapezoids, other polygons, and regular polygons, and regular polygons
 59: Congruence, area, and similarity
 510: Chapter 6 summary and highlights
 Chapter 6: Circles
 61: Circles: definitions
 62: Arcs, central angles, and inscribed angles
 63: Chords, arcs, and angles
 64: Secants, angles, arcs, and segments
 65: Tangents
 66: Circumference and area of circles and sectors
 67: Circumscribed and inscribed polygons
 68: Chapter 6 summary and highlights
 Chapter 7: Geometric Solids: Surface Area And Volume Of ThreeDimensional objects
 71: Solids
 72: Prisms: cubes, rectangular solids, and oblique and right prisms
 73: Pyramids
 74: Cylinders
 75: Cones
 76: Spheres
 77: Similar solids
 78: Cavalieri's principle
 79: Chapter 7 summary and highlights
 Chapter 8: Constructions And Loci
 81: Introduction
 82: Constructions involving lines and angles
 83: Constructions involving triangles
 84: Constructions involving circles and polygons
 85: Construction involving area
 86: Locus of points
 87: Chapter 8 summary and highlights
 Chapter 9: Coordinate Or Analytic Geometry
 91: Rectangular coordinate systems: definitions
 92: Distance between points
 93: Midpoint formula
 94: Slope of a line including parallel and perpendicular lines
 95: Defining linear equations
 96: Graphing linear equations
 97: Chapter 9 summary and highlights
 Index
 Isbn
 9781598639841
 Label
 Master math : geometry
 Title
 Master math
 Title remainder
 geometry
 Statement of responsibility
 Debra Anne Ross
 Title variation
 Geometry
 Language
 eng
 Summary
 Overview: Get ready to master the concepts and principles of geometry! Master Math: Geometry is a comprehensive reference guide that explains and clarifies the principles of geometry in a simple, easytofollow style and format. You'll begin with the language of geometry, deductive reasoning and proofs, and key axioms and postulates. And as you understand the most basic fundamental topics you'll progress through to the more advanced topics, with stepbystep procedures and solutions, along with examples and applications, to help you as you go. A complete table of contents and a comprehensive index enable you to quickly find specific topics, and the approachable style and format facilitate an understanding of what can be intimidating and tricky skills. Perfect for both students who need some extra help or rusty professionals who want to brush up, Master Math: Geometry will help you master everything from deductive reasoning and proofs to constructions and analytic geometry
 Cataloging source
 VAJ
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
 1958
 http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
 Ross, Debra
 Dewey number
 516
 Illustrations
 illustrations
 Index
 index present
 LC call number
 QA445
 LC item number
 .R584 2010
 Literary form
 non fiction
 Series statement
 Master math
 http://library.link/vocab/subjectName

 Geometry
 Geometry
 Geometría
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 Master math : geometry, Debra Anne Ross
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 Includes index
 "Master everything from deductive reasoning and proofs to polygons, circles, solids, and analytic geometry"Cover
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 Introduction  Chapter 1: Language Of Geometry, Deductive Reasoning And Proofs, And Key Axioms And Postulates  11: Language of geometry  12: Deductive reasoning  13: Theorems and how to write a proof  14: Key axioms and postulates  15: Chapter summary and highlights  Chapter 2: Points, Lines, Planes, And Angles  21: Points, lines, and planes  22: Line segments and distance  23: Parallel lines  24: Perpendicular lines  25: Distances and bisectors  26: Rays and angles  27: Chapter 2 summary and highlights  Chapter 3: Ratios And Proportions  31: Ratios and proportions  32: Proportional segments  33: Chapter 3 summary and highlights  Chapter 4: Triangles, Congruence, And Similarity  41: Triangle definitions, interior angle sum, and exterior angles  42: Types of triangles  43: Parts of triangles, altitude, bisector, median, and Ceva's theorem  44: Inequalities and triangles  45: Congruent triangles  46: Similar triangles: congruent angles and sides in proportion  47: Similar right triangles  48: Right triangles: Pythagorean Theorem and 30: 60: 90 degrees and 45: 45: 90 degrees  49: Triangles and trigonometric functions  410: Area of a triangle  411: Chapter 4 summary and highlights  Chapter 5: Polygons And Quadrilaterals  51: Polygons  52: Sum of the interior and exterior angles in a polygon  53: Regular polygons and their interior and exterior angle measures  54: Quadrilaterals  55: Parallelograms  56: Special parallelograms: rectangles, rhombuses, and squares  57: Trapezoids  58: Area and perimeter of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, rhombuses, trapezoids, other polygons, and regular polygons, and regular polygons  59: Congruence, area, and similarity  510: Chapter 6 summary and highlights  Chapter 6: Circles  61: Circles: definitions  62: Arcs, central angles, and inscribed angles  63: Chords, arcs, and angles  64: Secants, angles, arcs, and segments  65: Tangents  66: Circumference and area of circles and sectors  67: Circumscribed and inscribed polygons  68: Chapter 6 summary and highlights  Chapter 7: Geometric Solids: Surface Area And Volume Of ThreeDimensional objects  71: Solids  72: Prisms: cubes, rectangular solids, and oblique and right prisms  73: Pyramids  74: Cylinders  75: Cones  76: Spheres  77: Similar solids  78: Cavalieri's principle  79: Chapter 7 summary and highlights  Chapter 8: Constructions And Loci  81: Introduction  82: Constructions involving lines and angles  83: Constructions involving triangles  84: Constructions involving circles and polygons  85: Construction involving area  86: Locus of points  87: Chapter 8 summary and highlights  Chapter 9: Coordinate Or Analytic Geometry  91: Rectangular coordinate systems: definitions  92: Distance between points  93: Midpoint formula  94: Slope of a line including parallel and perpendicular lines  95: Defining linear equations  96: Graphing linear equations  97: Chapter 9 summary and highlights  Index
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 ocn405643562
 Dimensions
 23 cm.
 Extent
 vi, 406 pages
 Isbn
 9781598639841
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 2009924623
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 unmediated
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 illustrations
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 (OCoLC)405643562
 Label
 Master math : geometry, Debra Anne Ross
 Note

 Includes index
 "Master everything from deductive reasoning and proofs to polygons, circles, solids, and analytic geometry"Cover
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 Carrier MARC source
 rdacarrier
 Content category
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 Content type code

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 Content type MARC source
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 Contents
 Introduction  Chapter 1: Language Of Geometry, Deductive Reasoning And Proofs, And Key Axioms And Postulates  11: Language of geometry  12: Deductive reasoning  13: Theorems and how to write a proof  14: Key axioms and postulates  15: Chapter summary and highlights  Chapter 2: Points, Lines, Planes, And Angles  21: Points, lines, and planes  22: Line segments and distance  23: Parallel lines  24: Perpendicular lines  25: Distances and bisectors  26: Rays and angles  27: Chapter 2 summary and highlights  Chapter 3: Ratios And Proportions  31: Ratios and proportions  32: Proportional segments  33: Chapter 3 summary and highlights  Chapter 4: Triangles, Congruence, And Similarity  41: Triangle definitions, interior angle sum, and exterior angles  42: Types of triangles  43: Parts of triangles, altitude, bisector, median, and Ceva's theorem  44: Inequalities and triangles  45: Congruent triangles  46: Similar triangles: congruent angles and sides in proportion  47: Similar right triangles  48: Right triangles: Pythagorean Theorem and 30: 60: 90 degrees and 45: 45: 90 degrees  49: Triangles and trigonometric functions  410: Area of a triangle  411: Chapter 4 summary and highlights  Chapter 5: Polygons And Quadrilaterals  51: Polygons  52: Sum of the interior and exterior angles in a polygon  53: Regular polygons and their interior and exterior angle measures  54: Quadrilaterals  55: Parallelograms  56: Special parallelograms: rectangles, rhombuses, and squares  57: Trapezoids  58: Area and perimeter of squares, rectangles, parallelograms, rhombuses, trapezoids, other polygons, and regular polygons, and regular polygons  59: Congruence, area, and similarity  510: Chapter 6 summary and highlights  Chapter 6: Circles  61: Circles: definitions  62: Arcs, central angles, and inscribed angles  63: Chords, arcs, and angles  64: Secants, angles, arcs, and segments  65: Tangents  66: Circumference and area of circles and sectors  67: Circumscribed and inscribed polygons  68: Chapter 6 summary and highlights  Chapter 7: Geometric Solids: Surface Area And Volume Of ThreeDimensional objects  71: Solids  72: Prisms: cubes, rectangular solids, and oblique and right prisms  73: Pyramids  74: Cylinders  75: Cones  76: Spheres  77: Similar solids  78: Cavalieri's principle  79: Chapter 7 summary and highlights  Chapter 8: Constructions And Loci  81: Introduction  82: Constructions involving lines and angles  83: Constructions involving triangles  84: Constructions involving circles and polygons  85: Construction involving area  86: Locus of points  87: Chapter 8 summary and highlights  Chapter 9: Coordinate Or Analytic Geometry  91: Rectangular coordinate systems: definitions  92: Distance between points  93: Midpoint formula  94: Slope of a line including parallel and perpendicular lines  95: Defining linear equations  96: Graphing linear equations  97: Chapter 9 summary and highlights  Index
 Control code
 ocn405643562
 Dimensions
 23 cm.
 Extent
 vi, 406 pages
 Isbn
 9781598639841
 Lccn
 2009924623
 Media category
 unmediated
 Media MARC source
 rdamedia
 Media type code

 n
 Other physical details
 illustrations
 System control number

 (Sirsi) i9781598639841
 (OCoLC)405643562
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