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### Geometry

### Solid Geometry

- Points, lines and angles
- Angles and angle pairs
- More angle pairs and parallel lines
- Triangle Properties
- More Triangles
- Congruent triangles
- Polygons
- Parallelogram
- Special Parallelogram
- Right triangles
- Example of points and lines
- Example of angle pairs And parallel lines
- Example of exterior angle of a triangle
- Congruent triangles example
- Similar triangles example
- Example of three variables ratio
- Example of similar triangles ratio
- Right triangles example
- Circles example
- Example of part of area inside a circle
- Example of area of a rectangle
- Find equal angles
- Prove congruent segments
- Example of isosceles triangle
- Example of parallelogram
- Example of median theorem of a triangle
- Example of trapezoid

**To practice problems in the geometry section**
students need to draw a diagram for each question, label the knowns and mark the unknowns in the diagram.
Practice logic inference, from known to unknown, step by step. Apply geometry principles to each step. Do examples and exercises yourself and check the answers.
The goal of this geometry study section is to help students to learn reasoning and write the solution step by step. Master geometry problem solving skills.
Help students improve PSAT, SAT and ACT scores in geometry. Build a good habit on math study and Inspire students' interest in math.

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