# Ch 15: HiSET Mathematics: Introduction to Geometric Figures

You'll get an engaging introduction to different geometric figures in this chapter's video and text lessons for your HiSET Mathematics prep. You can assess your understanding of each lesson by taking a practice quiz.

## HiSET Mathematics: Introduction to Geometric Figures - Chapter Summary

Discover how to divide line segments into equal parts and explore multiple other topics you may see on the HiSET Mathematics subtest. As you move through the Geometric Figures chapter, you'll learn more about:

• Geometric lines: transverse, perpendicular and parallel
• Angle bisectors
• Vertical, corresponding and alternate interior angles
• The difference between line segments and rays
• Equilateral triangles and squares inscribed in circles
• Line segment bisection and the midpoint theorem

The video lessons' informative discussions and helpful visuals make them a highly effective resource for your test preparation. Using the video tags allows you to quickly and easily reexamine specific areas of each video as part of a final review.

### Objectives of the HiSET Mathematics: Introduction to Geometric Figures Chapter

The HiSET Mathematics subtest has a time limit of 90 minutes for answering the 50 multiple-choice questions. This subtest measures your skill level with several kinds of quantitative problems and is one of the steps you must complete toward attaining your high school equivalency credential. This chapter gets you ready for any question involving geometric figures and gives you a picture of how test items may look from the practice questions.

9 Lessons in Chapter 15: HiSET Mathematics: Introduction to Geometric Figures
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