About the Author
Mark Ryan is the owner of The Math Center in the Chicago area, where he teaches students in all levels of mathematics, from pre-algebra to calculus. He is the author of Calculus For Dummies and Geometry For Dummies.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: An Overview of Geometry 5
Chapter 2: Geometry Proof Starter Kit 21
Chapter 3: Tackling a Longer Proof 41
Chapter 4: Triangle Fundamentals 51
Chapter 5: Congruent Triangle Proofs 69
Chapter 6: Quadrilaterals 85
Chapter 7: Polygon Formulas 107
Chapter 8: Similarity 119
Chapter 9: Circle Basics 135
Chapter 10: 3-D Geometry 151
Chapter 11: Coordinate Geometry 161
Chapter 12: Ten Big Reasons to Use in Proofs 171
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book is 103 total pages. Chapter 1 starts on page 12. Not much room left to cover Geometry. You are better off to spend your money on something else. A lot of free web sites with same info. The only thing essential here is the author is essentially getting paid for very little info.
I will agree that the book is too short, which makes it hard to understand all of thr concepts so it is hard to understand all of the mathematics in the book. For me, 103 pages is to short saying that it starts on page 12. So it is not to good if you were to ask me. So do not get a book an author should not earn money on.