Ch 12: Geometry and the Properties of Shapes

Gain full comprehension of geometry and the properties of shapes using this chapter's fun lessons, short quizzes and practice exam. Utilizing these study resources enables you to quickly and easily prepare for a test covering this subject area.

Geometry and the Properties of Shapes - Chapter Summary

Students who need to gain a well-rounded understanding of geometry and properties of shapes can benefit from the lessons in this chapter. Expert instructors provide in-depth analyses of 2D shapes, obtuse angles, rectangles, polygons and much more. Completing this chapter will enable you to:

• Define 2D and 3D shapes
• Describe acute, obtuse and right angles
• Use a protractor to measure angles
• Understand and describe angles of 90, 180, 270 and 360 degrees
• Share the definitions of rectangles and polygons
• Measure the angles of triangles
• Discuss the basics of reflection, rotation and translation
• Demonstrate knowledge of line and rotational symmetries of 2D shapes

This chapter is easy to navigate and can be accessed whenever and wherever you can secure an Internet connection. By selecting the lessons you want to study in their sequence of choice, you can customize their study of geometry and the properties of shapes. A quiz is available with each lesson that allows you to test their comprehension of the concepts it covers. The chapter exam reinforces your knowledge and assesses your readiness to take a test or move ahead in your geometry studies.

13 Lessons in Chapter 12: Geometry and the Properties of Shapes
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Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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