# Ch 29: TExES Physics/Math 7-12: Parallel Lines & Polygons

Watch the video lessons of this chapter to prepare for questions on constructing parallel lines and regular polygons on the TExES Physics/Mathematics 7-12 exam. You can also review what you know about measuring the perimeter, area and angles of polygons.

## TExES Physics/Math 7-12: Parallel Lines & Polygons - Chapter Summary

The videos in this chapter can help you improve your understanding of the processes used to construct parallel lines as well as prove lines are parallel while you prepare for the TExES Physics/Mathematics 7-12 exam. This chapter also will help you increase your abilities to construct polygons and measure their properties. From this chapter you should gain a mastery of:

• Proving parallel lines with converse statements
• The parallel postulate
• Finding the number of diagonals in a polygon
• Calculating the perimeter and area of polygons
• Measuring the angles of polygons

These videos are taught by professional instructors who are available to answer any questions you come up with during the chapter. In addition to the lesson videos, this chapter also includes lesson worksheets to help reinforce your understanding of the material and lesson quizzes to help you find areas you don't fully grasp. Use the jump feature in the timeline built into the lesson videos to return to the key points of the video lessons and review the topics you have not mastered.

12 Lessons in Chapter 29: TExES Physics/Math 7-12: Parallel Lines & Polygons
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