# CK-12 Texas Instruments Geometry Student Edition

**At Grade**Created by: CK-12

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## SE Introduction to Geometry - TI

A brief overview of the following lessons.

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## SE Basics of Geometry - TI

This chapter includes activities that allow students to explore distances, midpoints, and angle pairs in the coordinate plane.

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## SE Reasoning and Proof - TI

This chapter tasks students with examining conditional statements in order to derive logical statements through inductive and deductive reasoning.

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## SE Parallel and Perpendicular Lines - TI

This chapter explores the properties of angles and slopes formed by parallel and perpendicular lines, especially when cut by transversals.

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## SE Congruent Triangles - TI

This chapter focuses on investigating side and angle relationships in congruent triangles as well as making conjectures based on interior and exterior angles. Also covered are the conditions for congruence.

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## SE Relationships within Triangles - TI

This chapter utilizes exercises that cover the perpendicular bisector theorem, angle bisector theorem, and the median and centroid of a triangle.

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## SE Quadrilaterals

This chapter explores the properties of various quadrilaterals, including parallelograms, trapezoids, rhombi, and kites.

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## SE Similarity - TI

This chapter allows students to investigate various methods of constructing similar triangles including utilizing the side-splitter theorem.

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## SE Right Triangle Trigonometry - TI

This chapter tasks students with proving the Pythagorean theorem using the Cabri Jr. application in addition to covering the properties of special triangles such as the 45-45-90, 30-60-90, and isosceles triangles.

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## SE Circles - TI

This chapter includes exercises which ask students to deduce corollaries for the perpendicular bisector theorem, discover the inscribed angle theorem, and find the chord-chord, secant-secant, and secant-tangent theorems.

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## SE Perimeter and Area - TI

This chapter allows students to explore the relationship between a circle’s circumference and its diameter as well as the area of regular polygons in terms of the apothem and the perimeter.

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## SE Surface Area and Volume - TI

This chapter explores the net representation of a right cylinder, allowing students to develop the surface area from parts of the net.

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## SE Transformations - TI

This chapter covers transformation concepts such as reflections, rotations, translations, and dilations. Students are also introduced to drawing from both one and two point perspectives.