# Ch 27: FTCE Math: Quadrilaterals & Polygons

As part of your review for the FTCE Mathematics exam, watch these lessons to prepare for questions involving the properties of rectangles, squares, trapezoids, regular polygons, geometric proofs and similar polygons.

## FTCE Math: Quadrilaterals & Polygons - Chapter Summary

Review the material covered in these lessons to reinforce your understanding of the steps used to find the properties of quadrilaterals and other polygons. These lessons are taught by our expert instructors, who will help you in your study by explaining these processes with a series of example problems. After these lessons, you should be better prepared for exam questions about:

• Properties and proof theorems of parallelograms
• Constructing and finding the properties of rectangles and squares
• Properties of trapezoids
• Regular polygons and their parts
• The number of diagonals in a polygon
• Measurements of the angles of polygons and their sums
• Geometric proofs for polygons and their importance
• Similar polygons and their properties

If you don't have time to watch these lessons at your home computer, watch them when you are out on your internet-ready mobile device whenever you have down time. After watching these lesson videos, fortify your understanding of the topics covered by reading the lesson transcripts. If you discover a topic that you don't understand, be sure to ask our instructors for clarification via the teacher tabs of the lessons before you take the Florida Teacher Certification Examination (FTCE) Mathematics exam.

10 Lessons in Chapter 27: FTCE Math: Quadrilaterals & Polygons
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