Geometry (Standard)

Credits: 1

This course consists of the principles of Euclidean geometry supplemented by logic. Areas of study will include basic geometric figures and relationships among them, properties of polygons with emphasis on triangles and quadrilaterals, properties of circles and related concepts, congruence and similarity, and applications of measure and area problems. The student will learn right triangle trigonometry and have an introduction to trigonometric functions.


Prerequisite: Algebra II; with departmental approval.