The logical and conceptual precursors to proof are developed early in Geometry. Topics will include, but are not limited to, fundamental geometric thought, geometric shapes, and basic geometric reasoning and proofs. Concentrated work with writing proofs continues throughout the year, including proofs in both plane and coordinate geometry. Properties and attributes of polygons and circles are emphasized. Solid geometry, right triangle trigonometry, and transformations are introduced in the second semester.


An equivalent of a C or higher in Algebra I

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