High school Geometry studies points, lines, surfaces, shapes, 3-dimensional solids, and the relationships between them. Solid geometry is integrated with plane geometry to lead the student to consider two-and three-dimensional figures and to develop the ability to visualize spatial relationships. In this course, students will learn to use ancient and modern technology and discover how geometry is relevant to everyday life by exploring practical applications.
Geometry, McDougal Littell Larson, Boswell, Kanold, Stiff 2007 Edition
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3 divider tabs
One packet of graph paper
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