# Ch 37: PLACE Mathematics: Parallel Lines & Polygons

The lessons in this chapter provide a refresher about parallel lines and polygons to prepare you for the PLACE Mathematics exam. Short video lessons and self-assessment quizzes will help you review these math concepts before testing your understanding.

## PLACE Mathematics: Parallel Lines and Polygons - Chapter Summary

To familiarize yourself with corresponding and supplementary angles, intersecting lines and how diagonals are used in real life, use the lessons in this chapter. The short, practical video lessons cover the following topics to help you prepare for the PLACE Mathematics exam:

• Transversals and their angles
• Proving lines are parallel including converse statements
• Using the parallel postulate and indirect proof
• Parts of regular polygons
• Calculating perimeter and area of polygons
• Methods to find the number of diagonals in a polygon
• Measuring the angles of a polygon and finding the sum

Our professional instructors direct you through the lessons and equip you with the tools you need to apply formulas and proofs to geometric problems. You can also use the text lessons to review key terms or reinforce your studies.

### Objectives of the PLACE Mathematics: Parallel Lines and Polygons Chapter

Your ability to calculate the measurements of angles and lines may be tested in the Measurement and Geometry section of the PLACE Mathematics exam, and this section makes up 19% of the whole test. We include multiple-choice quizzes at the end of each lesson that mirror the exam problems so you can gain confidence to answering these questions easily. The exam includes all multiple-choice questions.

9 Lessons in Chapter 37: PLACE Mathematics: Parallel Lines & Polygons
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