With this application your journey through the world of Euclid will become interesting and stress-free! It is designed to provide students with practical tips, strategies and techniques on how to tackle the geometry questions, as well as to provide practice exercises to improve and sharpen their skills. You will learn about the properties and main types of various shapes possible, formulas and dimensions. This app will also develop your inductive and deductive skills in problem solving situations.
You will deep dive into the mystical world of shapes, and will have a view of equilateral triangles and right triangles, which are rarely wrong. You will travel to the magical world of other shapes, such as cubes, cones, prisms, circles and polygons, and learn what it means for two figures to be similar. The detailed list of what is covered in this very useful application can be seen below. Learning geometry is like learning the basics of the world, the core of it!
The brief geometry course for the SAT, GMAT and GRE covers the following:
• Properties of parallel and perpendicular lines
• Pythagorean Theorem and special properties of isosceles, equilateral, and right triangles
• Area and perimeter of a polygon
• Area and circumference of a circle
• Geometric visualization
• Volume of a cube, solid rectangle, and cylinder
• Coordinate geometry
The application has a friendly interface, convenient navigation technology and reliable search results. It has convenient review options by categories and the overall content. Search function is very user-friendly: in each category, type in Search bar to quickly get a formula. All topics are numbered for easier navigation.
There is a proven benefit of this application for the students studying GCSE, IGCSE, A-Level and IB.
The course includes 8 main geometric categories, such as:
Basics: review of the main types and properties of angles, parallel lines, relationships and formulas.
Triangle: review of the main types and properties of triangles, detailed review of the right and equilateral triangles, formulas for all types of triangles, similarity of triangles, and trigonometric functions of the angles.
Circle: review of the main properties of tangent lines, inscribed and central angles, arcs and circle formulas.
Polygon: review of the main properties of quadrilaterals (parallelogram, rectangle, square, rhombus, kite and trapezoid), detailed review of the regular hexagon, and also properties of the n-sided polygons.
Coordinate geometry: review of formulas for finding coordinates of the midpoint of the segment, length of the segment.
Solid of revolution: review of the main types, properties and formulas for the solids of revolution (cylinder, cone and sphere).
Prism: review of the main types, properties and formulas for prisms (general prism, solid rectangle, cube).
Pyramid: review of the main types, properties and formulas for pyramids, detailed review of the tetrahedron.
The program was designed by the credentialed teacher in mathematics, Emil Leznik.
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