Geometry presents a logical development of the basic concepts and understanding of geometry with an emphasis on practical application rather than formal proof. Included in this course are topics from plane geometry, solid geometry and coordinate geometry. This course requires students to make conjectures and use reasoning to validate or negate these conjectures. Topics include angles, parallel lines, triangles, special right triangles, the Pythagorean Theorem, polygons, circles, area, volume, and transformations. Students who have successfully completed Geometry A and/or Geometry B may not take Geometry for credit.
Prerequisites: Course(s) fulfilling Algebra I requirement