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Geometry - 1 credit

Geometry is a study of visual patterns and how they describe the physical universe and represent mathematical concepts. Topics include measurement formulas; geometric and spatial visualization; drawing skills; properties of congruence, similarity, parallelism and perpendicularity; proof; properties of plane and solid figures; and different applications. Students utilize inductive and deductive reasoning and examine concepts from transformational, synthetic, coordinate, and vector approaches. (Prerequisites: Algebra I or Algebra I Parts 1 and 2 with recommended grade of C or above.)