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Gregory Page » Geometry


Credit Value 1.00
Students will increase their knowledge of geometric concepts. Geometry is a course that will help students see how experimentation, induction, and deduction supplement each other in scientific reasoning.  It also gives the student the chance to discover proofs for themselves. Opportunities are provided whereby pupils may practice deductive reasoning in problem situations similar to those they meet in everyday living.  This course emphasizes the PA Common Core standards for Geometry and Measurement, and geometry topics necessary for the SAT’s. This course also emphasizes the creative aspects of mathematics. The topics discussed include logical thinking, line and angle relationships, congruent and similar figures, 3D figures, circles, constructions, and transformation geometry. Projects will further explore concepts that are covered.  Prerequisite is successful completion of Algebra II and proficiency on the Keystone Algebra I test.