# Complete Idiot's Guide to Geometry

## Geometry

ch01s01 taking-burden-out-proofs

ch01s02 law-detachment

ch01s03 importance-being-direct

ch02s02 exploring-midpoints

ch02s03 how-many-midpoints-there

ch02s04 proving-angles-congruent

ch02s05 using-proving-angle-complements

ch02s06 using-proving-angle-supplements

ch03s03 lets-get-parallel

ch03s04 proofs-about-alternate-angles

ch04s01 twos-company-threes-triangle

ch04s02 formal-introduction

ch04s03 size-matters-so-lets-measure

ch05s01 congruent-triangles

ch05s02 cpoctac

ch05s03 big-five

ch05s04 sas-postulate

ch05s05 asa-postulate

ch05s06 aas-theorem

ch05s08 proving-lines-parallel

ch06s01 similar-triangles

ch06s02 ratio-proportion-geometric-means

ch06s03 properties-similar-triangles

ch06s04 big-three

ch07s02 pythagorean-theorem

ch07s04 three-famous-triangles

ch08s01 putting-quadrilaterals-forefront

ch08s02 properties-all-quadrilaterals

ch08s03 properties-trapezoids

ch08s04 lets-all-fly-kite

ch08s05 properties-parallelograms

ch08s06 most-popular-parallelograms

ch08s07 calculating-areas

ch09s01 proofs-about-quadrilaterals

ch09s02 when-quadrilateral-parallelogram

ch09s03 when-parallelogram-rectangle

ch09s04 when-parallelogram-rhombus

ch09s05 when-parallelogram-square

ch10s01 anatomy-circle

ch10s02 basic-terms

ch10s03 arcs

ch10s04 circumference-area-pi-anyone

ch10s05 tangents

ch10s06 from-one-theorem-comes-many

ch11s01 unit-circle-trigonometry

ch11s02 tangent-ratio

ch11s03 sine-ratio

ch11s04 cosine-ratio

ch11s05 rest

ch11s06 how-does-relate-to-unit-circle

ch12s01 next-dimension-surfaces-solids

ch12s02 prisms

ch12s03 pyramids

ch12s04 cylinders-cones

ch12s05 polyhedra

ch12s06 spheres

ch12s07 platonic-solids

ch13s01 whose-geometry-it-anyway

ch13s02 non-euclidean-geometry

ch13s03 hyperbolic-geometry-saddle-up

ch13s04 spherical-geometry

ch13s05 taxi-cab-geometry

ch13s06 max-geometry

ch13s07 how-many-shapes-can-circle-have

ch14s01 transformations

ch14s02 isometries

ch14s03 dilations

ch14s04 symmetry

ch15s01 answer-key

Excerpted from The Complete Idiot's Guide to Geometry 2004 by Denise Szecsei, Ph.D.. All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. Used by arrangement with **Alpha Books**, a member of Penguin Group (USA) Inc.

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