# Ch 19: Geometric Laws & Proofs

Get reacquainted with the foundations of geometry with help from entertaining video lessons presented by expert instructors. Revisit Euclidean geometry, the axiomatic system and more as you prepare to take the FTCE Middle Grades Math assessment.

## FTCE Middle Grades Math: Foundations of Geometry - Chapter Summary

Utilize the resources in this chapter to make sure you're able to answer questions related to the foundations of geometry on the FTCE Middle Grades Math assessment. Reviewing the lessons in this chapter will prepare you for the following on the exam:

• Defining and explaining the history of Euclidean geometry
• Sharing the developments and postulates of Euclid's axiomatic geometry
• Explaining inductive and deductive reasoning in geometry
• Describing the axiomatic system and properties and postulates of geometric figures
• Discussing algebraic laws and geometric postulates
• Providing the meaning of direct and indirect proofs in geometry
• Showcasing your knowledge of the definition and format of geometric proofs

Strengthen your comprehension of the foundations of geometry by reviewing the lessons in the manner that suits you best. Watch fun video lessons with entertaining visual and audio effects, or explore full transcripts with helpful vocabulary words. Enjoy the ability to revisit the lessons with zero limitations. When you're ready, take self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam to gauge your knowledge of the lessons. Any questions you have about lesson topics can be submitted to our experts.

9 Lessons in Chapter 19: Geometric Laws & Proofs
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