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- Review of equations
- Simplifying square roots
- Adding and subtracting square roots
- Multiplying square roots
- Dividing square roots
- Line segments and their measures inches
- Line segments and their measures cm
- Segment Addition Postulate
- Angles and their measures
- Classifying angles
- Naming angles
- The Angle Addition Postulate
- Angle pair relationships
- Understanding geometric diagrams and notation
- Parallel lines and transversals
- Proving lines parallel
- Points in the coordinate plane
- The Midpoint Formula
- The Distance Formula
- Parallel lines in the coordinate plane
- Classifying triangles
- Triangle angle sum
- The Exterior Angle Theorem
- Triangles and congruence
- SSS and SAS congruence
- ASA and AAS congruence
- SSS, SAS, ASA, and AAS congruences combined
- Right triangle congruence
- Isosceles and equilateral triangles
- Midsegment of a triangle
- Angle bisectors
- The Triangle Inequality Theorem
- Inequalities in one triangle
- Classifying quadrilaterals
- Angles in quadrilaterals
- Properties of parallelograms
- Properties of trapezoids
- Properties of rhombuses
- Properties of kites
- Areas of triangles and quadrilaterals
- Introduction to polygons
- Polygons and angles
- Areas of regular polygons
- Solving proportions
- Similar polygons
- Using similar polygons
- Similar triangles
- Similar right triangles
- Proportional parts in triangles and parallel lines
- The Pythagorean Theorem and its Converse
- Multi-step Pythagorean Theorem problems
- Special right triangles
- Multi-step special right triangle problems
- Trig. ratios
- Inverse trig. ratios
- Solving right triangles
- Multi-step trig. problems
- Rhombuses and kites with right triangles
- Trigonometry and area
- Identifying solid figures
- Volume of prisms and cylinders
- Surface area of prisms and cylinders
- Volume of pyramids and cones
- Surface area of pyramids and cones
- More on nets of solids
- Similar solids
- Arcs and central angles
- Arcs and chords
- Circumference and area
- Inscribed angles
- Tangents to circles
- Secant angles
- Secant-tangent and tangent-tangent angles
- Segment measures
- Equations of circles
- All transformations combined
- Sample spaces and The Counting Principle
- Independent and dependent events
- Mutualy exclusive events
- Permutations vs combinations
- Probability using permutations and combinations
- Line segments
- Perpendicular segments
- Medians of triangles
- Altitudes of triangles
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The following diagrams show some geometric notations: point, line, line segment, ray, angle, intersecting lines, perpendicular lines, parallel lines. Scroll down the page for examples and solutions.
A point has no size; its only function is to show position. We use a single capital letter to name a point.
A line can be used to connect two points. A ine is perfectly straight and continues without end in opposite directions. It has no thickness. We can name a line by picking any two points on the line.
Since the length of any line is infinite, we sometimes use part of a line called a line segment.
A ray is part of any line that extends without end in one direction.
A plane has length and width, but no height, and extends infinitely on all sides.
Geometry Lesson 1 - Building Blocks of Geometry Introduction to Geometry.
- Understand and identify the undefined terms point, line and plane.
- Define segment, ray, angle, collinear, intersect, intersection and coplaner.
- Investigate postulates about points, lines and planes.
Basic Language and Notation of Geometry Lines, line segments, rays and points. A little bit about dimensions.
Geometry - Points Lines Planes Space Notation - Part 1 of 2 Intuitive Math Help. Points, Lines, Line segment, Ray, Plane, Angles
Geometry - Points Lines Planes Space Notation - Part 2 of 2 Intuitive Math Help. More about angles
Point, Line, Plane This video explains and demonstrates the fundamental concepts (undefined terms)of geometry: point, line, plane.
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Welcome to the geometry worksheets page at Math-Drills.com where we believe that there is nothing wrong with being square! This page includes Geometry Worksheets on angles, coordinate geometry, triangles, quadrilaterals, transformations and three-dimensional geometry worksheets.
Get out those rulers, protractors and compasses because we've got some great worksheets for geometry! The quadrilaterals are meant to be cut out, measured, folded, compared, and even written upon. They can be quite useful in teaching all sorts of concepts related to quadrilaterals. Just below them, you'll find worksheets meant for angle geometry. Also see the measurement page for more angle worksheets. The bulk of this page is devoted to transformations. Transformational geometry is one of those topics that can be really interesting for students and we've got enough worksheets for that geometry topic to keep your students busy for hours.
Don't miss the challenging, but interesting world of connecting cubes at the bottom of this page. You might encounter a few future artists when you use these worksheets with students.
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Lines and Angles
In this section, there are worksheets for two of the basic concepts of geometry: lines and angles.
Lines (or straight lines to be precise) in geometry are continuous and extend in both directions to infinity. They have no width, depth or curvature. In math activities, they are often represented by a drawn straight path with some width. To show that they are lines, arrows are drawn on each end to show they extend to infinity. A line segment is a finite section of a line. Line segments are often represented with points at each end of a drawn straight path. Rays start at a point and extend in a straight line to infinity. This is shown with a point at one end of a drawn straight path and an arrow at the other end.
- Identifying Lines, Line Segments and Rays Identify Lines, Segments and Rays
Angles can be classified into six different types. Acute angles are greater than 0 degrees but less than 90 degrees. Right angles are exactly 90 degrees. Obtuse angles are greater than 90 degrees but less than 180 degrees. Straight angles are exactly 180 degrees. Reflex angles are greater than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees. Complete/Full angles are exactly 360 degrees.
- Identifying Angle Types Worksheets Identifying Acute and Obtuse Angles Identifying Acute and Obtuse Angles (No Angle Marks) Identifying Acute, Obtuse and Right Angles Identifying Acute, Obtuse and Right Angles (No Angle Marks) Identifying Acute, Obtuse, Right and Straight Angles Identifying Acute, Obtuse, Right and Straight Angles (No Angle Marks) Identifying Acute, Obtuse, Right, Straight and Reflex Angles Identifying Acute, Obtuse, Right, Straight, Reflex and Complete/Full Angles
There are several angle relationships of which students should be aware. Complementary angles are two angles that together form a 90 degree angle; supplementary angles are two angles that together form a 180 degree angle; and explementary angles are two angles that together form a 360 degree angle. Vertical angles are found at line intersections; angles opposite each other are equal. Students can practice determining and/or calculating the unknown angle(s) in the following angle relationships worksheets.
- Angle Relationships Worksheets Complementary Angles Complementary Angles (Diagrams Rotated) Supplementary Angles Supplementary Angles (Diagrams Rotated) Mixed Complementary and Supplementary Angles Questions (Diagrams Rotated) Explementary Angles Explementary Angles (Diagrams Rotated) Mixed Adjacent Angles Questions (Diagrams Rotated) Vertical/Opposite Angles Vertical/Opposite Angles (Diagrams Rotated) Mixed Angle Relationships Questions(Diagrams Rotated)
- Angles of Transversals Intersecting Parallel Lines Interior Alternate Angles Exterior Alternate Angles Alternate Angles Corresponding Angles Co-Interior Angles Transversals
Measuring angles worksheets, can be found on the Measurement Page
Triangles, Quadrilaterals and Other Shapes
The quadrilaterals set can be used for a number of activities that involve classifying and recognizing quadrilaterals or for finding the properties of quadrilaterals (e.g. that the interior angles add up to 360 degrees). The tangram printables are useful in tangram activities. There are several options available for the tangram printables depending on your printer, and each option includes a large version and smaller versions. If you know someone with a suitable saw, you can use the tangram printable as a template on material such as quarter inch plywood; then simply sand and paint the pieces.
- Shape Sets Quadrilaterals Set Tangrams
- Identifying Regular Polygons Identifying Regular Shapes from Triangles to Octagons
Worksheets for classifying triangles by side and angle properties and for working with Pythagorean theorem.
If you are interested in students measuring angles and sides for themselves, it is best to use the versions with no marks. The marked versions will indicate the right and obtuse angles and the equal sides.
- Classifying Triangles Worksheets Classifying Triangles by Side Properties Classifying Triangles by Angle Properties Classifying Triangles by Side and Angle Properties Classifying Triangles by Side Properties (No Marks) Classifying Triangles by Angle Properties (No Marks) Classifying Triangles by Side and Angle Properties (No Marks)
A cathetus (plural catheti) refers to a side of a right-angle triangle other than the hypotenuse.
- Calculating Triangle Dimensions Using Pythagorean Theorem Calculate the Hypotenuse Using Pythagorean Theorem (No Rotation) Calculate the Hypotenuse Using Pythagorean Theorem Calculate a Cathetus Using Pythagorean Theorem (No Rotation) Calculate a Cathetus Using Pythagorean Theorem Calculate any Side Using Pythagorean Theorem (No Rotation) Calculate any Side Using Pythagorean Theorem
Trigonometric ratios are useful in determining the dimensions of right-angled triangles. The three basic ratios are summarized by the acronym SOHCAHTOA. The SOH part refers to the ratio: sin(α) = O/H where α is an angle measurement; O refers the length of the side (O)pposite the angle measurement and H refers to the length of the (H)ypotenuse of the right-angled triangle. The CAH part refers to the ratio: cos(α) = A/H where A refers to the length of the (A)djacent side to the angle. The TOA refers to the ratio: tan(α) = O/A.
- Calculating Angles and Sides Using Trigonometric Ratios Calculating Angles Using the Sine Ratio Calculating Sides Using the Sine Ratio Calculating Angles and Sides Using the Sine Ratio Calculating Angles Using the Cosine Ratio Calculating Sides Using the Cosine Ratio Calculating Angles and Sides Using the Cosine Ratio Calculating Angles Using the Tangent Ratio Calculating Sides Using the Tangent Ratio Calculating Angles and Sides Using the Tangent Ratio Calculating Angles Using Trigonometric Ratios Calculating Sides Using Trigonometric Ratios Calculating Angles and Sides Using Trigonometric Ratios
Quadrilaterals are interesting shapes to classify. Their classification relies on a few attributes and most quadrilaterals can be classified as more than one shape. A square, for example, is also a parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle and kite. A quick summary of all quadrilaterals is as follows: quadrilaterals have four sides. A square has 90 degree corners and equal length sides. A rectangle has 90 degree corners, but the side lengths don't have to be equal. A rhombus has equal length sides, but the angles don't have to be 90 degrees. A parallelogram has both pairs of opposite sides equal and parallel and both pairs of opposite angles are equal. A trapezoid only needs to have one pair of opposite sides parallel. A kite has two pairs of equal length sides where each pair is joined/adjacent rather than opposite to one other. A bowtie is sometimes included which is a complex quadrilateral with two sides that crossover one another, but they are readily recognizable. Any other four-sided polygon can safely be called a quadrilateral if it doesn't meet any of the criteria for a more specific classification.
- Classifying Quadrilaterals Classifying Simple Quadrilaterals Classifying All Quadrilaterals Classifying All Quadrilaterals (+ Rotation)
Coordinate Plane Worksheets
Coordinate point geometry worksheets to help students learn about the Cartesian plane.
- Plotting Random Coordinate Points Plotting Coordinate Points in All Quadrants Plotting Coordinate Points in Positive x Quadrants Plotting Coordinate Points in Positive y Quadrants
There are many other Cartesian Art plots scattered around the Math-Drills website as many of them are associated with a holiday. To find them quickly, use the search box.
- Cartesian Art Cartesian Art Maple Leaf
- Coordinate Plane Distance and Area Calculating Pythagorean Distances of Coordinate Points Calculating Perimeter and Area of Triangles on Coordinate Planes Calculating Perimeter and Area of Quadrilaterals on Coordinate Planes Calculating Perimeter and Area of Triangles and Quadrilaterals on Coordinate Planes
Transformations worksheets for translations, reflections, rotations and dilations practice.
Here are two quick and easy ways to check students' answers on the transformational geometry worksheets below. First, you can line up the student's page and the answer page and hold it up to the light. Moving/sliding the pages slightly will show you if the student's answers are correct. Keep the student's page on top and mark it or give feedback as necessary. The second way is to photocopy the answer page onto an overhead transparency. Overlay the transparency on the student's page and flip it up as necessary to mark or give feedback.
Also known as sliding, translations are a way to mathematically describe how something moves on a Cartesian plane. In translations, every vertex and line segment moves the same, so the resulting shape is congruent to the original.
- Translations Worksheets Translation of 3 vertices by up to 3 units. Translation of 3 vertices by up to 6 units. Translation of 3 vertices by up to 25 units. Translation of 4 vertices by up to 6 units. Translation of 5 vertices by up to 6 units.
- Translations Worksheets (Multi-Step) Two-Step Translation of 3 vertices by up to 6 units. Two-Step Translation of 4 vertices by up to 6 units. Three-Step Translation of 3 vertices by up to 6 units. Three-Step Translation of 4 vertices by up to 6 units.
Reflect on this: reflecting shapes over horizontal or vertical lines is actually quite straight-forward, especially if there is a grid involved. Start at one of the original points/vertices and measure the distance to the reflecting line. Note that you should measure perpendicularly or 90 degrees toward the line which is why it is easier with vertical or horizontal reflecting lines than with diagonal lines. Measure out 90 degrees on the other side of the reflecting line, the same distance of course, and make a point to represent the reflected vertex. Once you've done this for all of the vertices, you simply draw in the line segments and your reflected shape will be finished.
Reflecting can also be as simple as paper-folding. Fold the paper on the reflecting line and hold the paper up to the light. On a window is best because you will also have a surface on which to write. Only mark the vertices, don't try to draw the entire shape. Unfold the paper and use a pencil and ruler to draw the line segments between the vertices.
- Reflections Worksheets Reflection of 3 Vertices Over x = 0 and y = 0 Reflection of 4 Vertices Over x = 0 and y = 0 Reflection of 5 Vertices Over x = 0 and y = 0 Reflection of 3 Vertices Over Various Lines Reflection of 4 Vertices Over Various Lines Reflection of 5 Vertices Over Various Lines
- Reflections Worksheets (Multi-Step) Two-Step Reflection of 3 Vertices Over Various Lines Two-Step Reflection of 4 Vertices Over Various Lines Three-Step Reflection of 3 Vertices Over Various Lines Three-Step Reflection of 4 Vertices Over Various Lines
Here's an idea on how to complete rotations without measuring. It works best on a grid and with 90 or 180 degree rotations. You will need a blank overhead projector sheet or other suitable clear plastic sheet and a pen that will work on the page. Non-permanent pens are best because the plastic sheet can be washed and reused. Place the sheet over top of the coordinate axes with the figure to be rotated. With the pen, make a small cross to show the x and y axes being as precise as possible. Also mark the vertices of the shape to be rotated. Using the plastic sheet, perform the rotation, lining up the cross again with the axes. Choose one vertex and mark it on the paper by holding the plastic sheet in place, but flipping it up enough to get a mark on the paper. Do this for the other vertices, then remove the plastic sheet and join the vertices with line segments using a ruler.
- Rotations Worksheets Rotation of 3 Vertices around the Origin Starting in Quadrant I Rotation of 4 Vertices around the Origin Starting in Quadrant I Rotation of 5 Vertices around the Origin Starting in Quadrant I Rotation of 3 Vertices around the Origin Rotation of 4 Vertices around the Origin Rotation of 5 Vertices around the Origin Rotation of 3 Vertices around Any Point Rotation of 4 Vertices around Any Point Rotation of 5 Vertices around Any Point
- Rotations Worksheets (Multi-Step) Two-Step Rotations of 3 Vertices around Any Point Two-Step Rotations of 4 Vertices around Any Point Two-Step Rotations of 5 Vertices around Any Point Three-Step Rotations of 3 Vertices around Any Point Three-Step Rotations of 4 Vertices around Any Point Three-Step Rotations of 5 Vertices around Any Point
- Dilations Worksheets Dilations Using Center (0, 0) Dilations Using Various Centers
- Determining Scale Factors Worksheets Determine Scale Factors of Rectangles (Whole Numbers) Determine Scale Factors of Rectangles (0.5 Intervals) Determine Scale Factors of Rectangles (0.1 Intervals) Determine Scale Factors of Triangles (Whole Numbers) Determine Scale Factors of Triangles (0.5 Intervals) Determine Scale Factors of Triangles (0.1 Intervals) Determine Scale Factors of Rectangles and Triangles (Whole Numbers) Determine Scale Factors of Rectangles and Triangles (0.5 Intervals) Determine Scale Factors of Rectangles Triangles (0.1 Intervals)
- Mixed Transformations Worksheets (Multi-Step) Two-Step Transformations Three-Step Transformations
Constructions worksheets for constructing bisectors, perpendicular lines and triangle centers.
It is amazing what one can accomplish with a compass, a straight-edge and a pencil. In this section, students will do math like Euclid did over 2000 years ago. Not only will this be a lesson in history, but students will gain valuable skills that they can use in later math studies.
- Constructing Midpoints And Bisectors On Line Segments And Angles Midpoints on Horizontal Line Segments Perpendicular Bisectors on Horizontal Line Segments Perpendicular Bisectors on Rotated Line Segments Angle Bisectors (Angles not Rotated) Angle Bisectors (Angles Randomly Rotated)
- Constructing Perpendicular Lines Construct Perpendicular Lines Through Points on a Line Segment Construct Perpendicular Lines Through Points Not on Line Segment Construct Perpendicular Lines Through Points on Line Segment (Segments are randomly rotated) Construct Perpendicular Lines Through Points Not on Line Segment (Segments are randomly rotated)
- Constructing Triangle Centers Centroids for Acute Triangles Centroids for Mixed Acute and Obtuse Triangles Orthocenters for Acute Triangles Orthocenters for Mixed Acute and Obtuse Triangles Incenters for Acute Triangles Incenters for Mixed Acute and Obtuse Triangles Circumcenters for Acute Triangles Circumcenters for Mixed Acute and Obtuse Triangles All Centers for Acute Triangles All Centers for Mixed Acute and Obtuse Triangles
Three-dimensional geometry worksheets that are based on connecting cubes and worksheets for classifying three-dimensional figures.
Connecting cubes can be a powerful tool for developing spatial sense in students. The first two worksheets below are difficult to do even for adults, but with a little practice, students will be creating structures much more complex than the ones below. Use isometric grid paper and square graph paper or dot paper to help students create three-dimensional sketches of connecting cubes and side views of structures.
- Connecting Cube Structures Side Views of Connecting Cube Structures Build Connecting Cube Structures
- Classifying Three-Dimensional Figures Classify Prisms Classify Pyramids Classify Prisms and Pyramids
This section includes a number of nets that students can use to build the associated 3D solids. All of the Platonic solids and many of the Archimedean solids are included. A pair of scissors, a little tape and some dexterity are all that are needed. For something a little more substantial, copy or print the nets onto cardstock first. You may also want to check your print settings to make sure you print in "actual size" rather than fitting to the page, so there is no distortion.
- Nets of Three-Dimensional Figures Nets of Platonic and Archimedean Solids Nets of All Platonic Solids Nets of Some Archimedean Solids Net of a Tetrahedron Net of a Cube Net of an Octahedron Net of a Dodecahedron (Version 1) Net of a Dodecahedron (Version 2) Net of an Icosahedron Net of a Truncated Tetrahedron Net of a Cuboctahedron Net of a Truncated Cube Net of a Truncated Octahedron Net of a Rhombicuboctahedron Net of a Truncated Cuboctahedron Net of a Snub Cube Net of an Icosidodecahedron
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Geometry worksheets are designed to introduce children to the various shapes, figures, angles, dimensions, and sizes of objects that surround us in real life. Children learn basic geometry in kindergarten by using visual aides to help recognize different shapes. Students progress to more complex geometry topics in higher grade levels, and geometry worksheets are designed to assist with the increasing complexity. Solving online geometry worksheets is a great way to help practice the concepts and come to understand real-life applications of geometry. ...Read More Read Less
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Scientific Notation Worksheets
Scientific notation is a smart way of writing huge whole numbers and too small decimal numbers. This page contains worksheets based on rewriting whole numbers or decimals in scientific notation and rewriting scientific notation form to standard form. This set of printable worksheets is specially designed for students of grade 6, grade 7, grade 8, and high school. Access some of them for free!
Scientific Notation - Positive Exponents
Express in Scientific Notation
Each pdf worksheet contains 14 problems rewriting whole numbers to scientific notation. Easy level has whole numbers up to 5-digits; Moderate level has more than 5-digit numbers.
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Express in Standard Notation
Students of 6th grade need to express each scientific notation in standard notation. An example is provided in each worksheet.
Both Standard and Scientific Notations
Each printable worksheet contains expressing numbers in both scientific and standard form.
Scientific Notation - Negative Exponents
Rewrite in Scientific Notation
Rewrite the given decimals in scientific notation. Move the decimal point to the left until you get the first non-zero digit. The number of steps you moved represent the power (index) of 10.
Rewrite in Standard Notation
In this set of pdf worksheets, express each number in standard notation. Easy level has indices more than -5; Moderate level has indices less than -4.
Each worksheet has ten problems expressing decimals in both standard and scientific notation.
Scientific Notation - Mixed Exponents
Convert to Scientific Notation
The printable worksheets in this section contain expressing both whole numbers and decimals in scientific notation.
Convert to Standard Notation
The exponent in each scientific notation can be either positive or negative.
This section of pdf worksheets gives the complete review in rewriting numbers in both standard and scientific notation. Both positive and negative exponents included.
Comparing Numbers in Scientific Notation
Call upon your inner math maestro as you sail through figuring out which of the given numbers in scientific notation is greater than, less than, or equal to the other.
Scientific Notation - Math Operations
Addition and Subtraction
This section reinforces the knowledge in adding and subtracting numbers in scientific notation.
Multiplication and Division
Use laws of exponents (indices) to multiply and divide the expressions. Express the final answer in scientific notation.
Simplify the Expression
Each worksheet gives the complete review in performing operations with scientific notations, making it ideal for 7th grade, 8th grade, and high school students.
» Multiplying Decimals by Powers of Ten
» Dividing Decimals by Powers of Ten
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