# Ch 39: THEA Test: Properties & Theorems of Geometry

Use the lessons in this chapter to enhance your preparations for the THEA test in Texas. Refresh your knowledge of the properties and theorems of geometry, then test your comprehension with short lesson quizzes.

## THEA Test: Properties & Theorems of Geometry - Chapter Summary

Revisit mathematical concepts you haven't explore in awhile by reviewing lessons that analyze the properties and theorems of geometry. Upon completion of this chapter, you will be prepared to:

• Identify properties and postulates of geometric figures
• Define 2D shapes
• Explain three-dimensional shapes in geometry
• Describe the properties of shapes that include rectangles, squares and rhombuses
• Discuss the meaning and application of the Pythagorean theorem

The lessons in this chapter are short, averaging about 10 minutes apiece, which enables you to condense weeks or months of materials as you study. You can revisit the videos as often as needed to ensure you fully comprehend the concepts.

### THEA Test: Properties & Theorems of Geometry Objectives

As a prospective college freshman in Texas, you might be required to take and pass the THEA test to gain admission to your public college or university of choice. The test is broken into three sections that test your comprehension of writing, reading and mathematics. Topics in this chapter are covered in the mathematics section of the test, which consists of 50 multiple-choice questions.

You can increase your chances of earning a passing score of 230 or higher in the mathematics section by reviewing the lessons on the properties and theorems of geometry, then taking short lesson quizzes. If you have any questions about lesson topics, submit them to our experts who are eager to help.

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