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Ch 7: ASSET Geometry Test: Similar Figures

About This Chapter

Watch these lessons and complete their assessments to prepare for questions on the ASSET Geometry Test about identifying and composing similar geometric figures.

ASSET Geometry Test: Similar Figures - Chapter Summary

These lessons have been assembled to help you identify and construct similar geometric figures. Watch our professional instructors in this series of short and engaging lesson videos to review:

  • What similar polygons are
  • How to recognize similar triangles and construct similar polygons
  • Similar triangles and their applications

After you've completed a lesson, take the quiz that accompanies it to gauge how much you remember. If you find a topic that confuses you, ask our instructors for assistance by using a feature on the Dashboard. A practice chapter exam is included that will determine whether you know enough about similar figures to take the ASSET Geometry Test.

ASSET Geometry Test: Similar Figures Objectives

Many community and technical colleges use the ASSET assessments to aid them in their admissions and curriculum placement decisions for incoming students. The ASSET Geometry Test consists of 25 questions administered in a 25-minute session. With the help of this chapter, you could be able to improve your understanding of similar figures and answer related questions in an efficient manner.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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