Geometry Math Workbook for the New Jersey HSPA
Master the subject with review, practice, and drills!
REA’s Math Workbook for Geometry is perfect for any high school student studying for the New Jersey HSPA!
This math workbook will help high school math students at all learning levels understand geometry. Students will develop the skills, confidence, and knowledge they need to succeed on the New Jersey HSPA!
REA’s Geometry Math Workbook includes:
- Over 20 review lessons with many step-by-step examples
- Each lesson builds on the students’ past progress
- Drills reinforce essential skills
- Skill scorecard measures progress and success
- "Math Flash" feature provides tips and strategies
- Quizzes measure subject mastery
- Answer key with detailed explanations
The Geometry Math Workbook will help students master geometry—and help them face their next math test—with confidence!
Other available Math Workbooks include:
Numbers & Operations
• Algebra & Functions
• Probability & Statistics
About the Author
About the Author
Author Mel Friedman is a former classroom teacher and test-item writer for Educational Testing Service and ACT, Inc.
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About This Book
This book will help high school math students at all learning levels understand basic geometry. Students will develop the skills, confidence, and knowledge they need to succeed on high school math exams with emphasis on passing high school graduation exams.
More than 20 easy-to-follow lessons break down the material into the basics. In-depth, step-by-step examples and solutions reinforce student learning, while the “Math Flash” feature provides useful tips and strategies, including advice on common mistakes to avoid.
Students can take drills and quizzes to test themselves on the subject matter, then review any areas in which they need improvement or additional reinforcement. The book concludes with a final exam, designed to comprehensively test what students have learned.
The Ready, Set, Go! Geometry Workbook will help students master the basics of mathematicsand help them face their next math testwith confidence!
Table of Contents
About This Book
Letters to Students, Parents, and Teachers
Lesson 1: Basic Properties of Points, Rays, Lines, and Angles
Naming, Points, Rays, Lines, and Angles by Using Letters
Lesson 2: Measuring Line Segments and Angles
Lesson 3: Categories of Angles and LinesPart 1
Acute, Right, Obtuse Angles
Perpendicular, Intersecting, Parallel Lines and Segments
Lesson 4: Categories of Angles and LinesPart 2
Angles Formed by Parallel Lines and a Transversal
Angle Bisectors and Perpendicular Bisectors
QUIZ ONE (Lessons 14)
Lesson 5: Perimeter of Polygons
Perimeter of Triangles and Quadrilaterals
Lesson 6: TrianglesPart 1
Acute, Right, and Obtuse Triangles
Congruent, Scalene, and Isosceles Triangles
Lesson 7: TrianglesPart 2
Exterior, Adjacent Interior, and Remote Interior Angles
Altitudes, Heights, Medians, Angle Bisectors, Medians, and Mid-Segments
Lesson 8: TrianglesPart 3
Area of a Triangle
Angle Bisector Theorem and Median Theorem
Lesson 9: TrianglesPart 4
Legs and Hypotenuse of a Right Triangle
QUIZ TWO (Lessons 59)
Lesson 10: QuadrilateralsPart 1
Lesson 11: QuadrilateralsPart 2
Lesson 12: Congruence of Triangles
Lesson 13: Congruence of Quadrilaterals
Requirements for Congruencies Between Two Quadrilaterals
QUIZ THREE (Lessons 1013)
Lesson 14: Similarity of Triangles
Angle-Angle, Side-Side-Side, Angle-Angle, Side-Angle-Side
Lesson 15: Similarity of Quadrilaterals
Lesson 16: Perimeters of Similar Figures
Lesson 17: Areas of Similar Triangles
Lesson 18: Areas of Similar Quadrilaterals
QUIZ FOUR (Lessons 1418)
Lesson 19: CirclesBasic Terms
Lesson 20: CirclesFormulas
Area of Circle and Sector
Area of Segment (need definition of a segment)
Area of an Annulus
Lesson 21: CirclesAngle Theorems
Lesson 22: CirclesSegment Theorems
QUIZ FIVE (Lessons 1922)