# Ch 28: MTEL Middle School Mathematics: Principles of Geometry

Use this chapter to review the principles of geometry. You'll be required to answer related questions on the MTEL Middle School Mathematics examination. The chapter consists of transcripts, quizzes and videos.

## MTEL Middle School Mathematics: Principles of Geometry - Chapter Summary

Be certain that your understanding of the principles of geometry is complete before you are required to display your knowledge on the MTEL Middle School Mathematics examination. Learn to differentiate between perpendicular and parallel lines, find the base and height of a triangle, and identify various transformations when you explore the lessons in this chapter. You can also practice using triangle similarity theorems. By the time you finish studying, you could:

• Identify geometry's basic shapes and undefined terms
• Recognize points, angles and lines as well as similar triangles
• Create a polygon
• Calculate the measurements of different kinds of angles
• Describe perpendicular, transverse and parallel lines
• Find the properties of a triangle
• Use a vertical angle
• List the characteristics of several transformations

The online lessons are engaging, short, fun and easy to follow. The flexible nature of the chapter means that you can literally study anywhere as long as you've got an Internet-connected mobile device with you. Take the handy self-assessment quizzes whenever you feel ready, and check out the video tags by clicking the timeline link. You should also utilize the transcript and worksheets.

10 Lessons in Chapter 28: MTEL Middle School Mathematics: Principles of Geometry
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Chapter Practice 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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