Geometry
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Geometry

Videos on a first course in geometry.
4.0 (64 ratings)
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Created by Math Fortress
Last updated 5/2018
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What you'll learn
  • Fortify your understanding of Geometry.
Requirements
  • Algebra I (Beginning Algebra)
Description

      This course is an introduction to the elements of geometry, including points, lines, planes, and angles. These elements are used in conjunction with triangles, polygonal and circular figures in both two and three dimensional configurations. This course is intended for students who have not had or completed two semesters of high school geometry or who need a refresher prior to taking trigonometry. 

      Note: New videos are consistently being populated.

Who this course is for:
  • High School Students
  • College Students
Course content
Expand all 35 lectures 04:22:25
+ Introduction to Geometry
7 lectures 50:26
This video introduces the basic building blocks for the successful study of geometry. This video goes over the appropriate ways to denote and name points, lines, segments, rays, angles and triangles.
Preview 10:11
This video continues introducing the basic building blocks for the successful study of geometry. This video goes over 4 examples covering the appropriate way to draw, denote and name points, lines, segments, rays, angles and triangles.
(Level 2 of 7) | Draw, Denote, Name Examples
06:39
This video continues introducing the basic building blocks for the successful study of geometry. This video goes over 5 examples covering the appropriate way to denote and name angles formed by points on a geometric figure.
(Level 3 of 7) | Naming Angles I
05:51
This video continues introducing the basic building blocks for the successful study of geometry. This video goes over 3 slightly more challenging examples covering the appropriate way to denote and name angles formed by points on a geometric figure.
(Level 4 of 7) | Naming Angles II
05:30

This video continues introducing the basic building blocks for the successful study of geometry. This video reviews the basic concepts associated with sets. In addition, this video goes over 6 examples involving the union and intersection of geometric figures.

(Level 5 of 7) | Sets, Union, Intersection I
08:12
This video continues introducing the basic building blocks for the successful study of geometry. This video goes over 7 examples involving the union and intersection of geometric figures.
(Level 6 of 7) | Sets, Union, Intersection II
07:13
This video continues introducing the basic building blocks for the successful study of geometry. This video culminates this video series by going over 9 examples, that cover naming and set problems.  
(Level 7 of 7) | Naming, Set Examples
06:50
+ Measurement of Segments
4 lectures 27:49

This video introduces the basic concepts associated with measurement of segments. Topics covered: Measuring Segments and Congruent Segments.

Preview 08:01

In this video we will start taking a look at simple examples that require us to find the length of segments and use the concept of congruent segments.

(Level 2 of 4) | Examples I
08:21

In this video we will go over 2 additional examples that involve congruent segments.

(Level 3 of 4) | Examples II
05:39

In this last video on measurement of segments we will go over 2 challenging examples involving congruent segments and plenty of algebra to solve. 

(Level 4 of 4) | Examples III
05:48
+ Measurement of Angles
9 lectures 59:22

In this video we will review how to name angles, we will then go over how to measure angles.

Preview 08:13

In this video we go over how to classify angles by sizes.

(Level 2 of 9) | Classifying Angles
05:45

In this video we go over parts of a degree, and congruent angles. 

(Level 3 of 9) | Parts of a Degree, Congruent Angles
07:58

In this video we will start going over simple examples involving measurement of angles.

(Level 4 of 9) | Examples I
07:29

In this video we will continue going over slightly more challenging examples involving parts of a degree.

(Level 5 of 9) | Examples II
07:20

In this video we will go over more examples involving parts of a degree and congruent angles.

(Level 6 of 9) | Examples III
06:27

In this video we will go over more challenging examples involving congruent angles and algebraic expressions.

(Level 7 of 9) | Examples IV
06:28

In this video we will go over a problem that involves inequalities and a problem that has an algebraic expression as a solution.

(Level 8 of 9) | Examples V
04:35

In this final video on measurement of angles we will go over 2 final examples that require the use of algebra to solve.

(Level 9 of 9) | Examples VI
05:07
+ Collinearity, Betweenness, and Assumptions
4 lectures 31:35

In this video we will go over the concepts of collinearity, betweenness of points, triangle inequality, and assumptions from diagrams.

Preview 08:57

In this video we will go over 5 examples illustrating how to use the concepts of collinearity and betweenness of points. 

(Level 2 of 4) | Examples I
07:28

In this video we will go over 3 slightly more challenging examples illustrating how to use the concepts of collinearity and triangle inequality. 

(Level 3 of 4) | Examples II
06:40

In this final video we will go over 4 examples that involve angle measurements. We will be making assumptions from diagrams in order to solve these problems.

(Level 4 of 4) | Examples III
08:30
+ Beginning Proofs
3 lectures 23:07

In this video we will learn how to write simple two-column proofs. We will first cover algebraic proofs, then we will go over the elements of an axiomatic system, the video ends with an introduction to geometric proofs.

Preview 09:32

In this video we will present and prove our first two theorems in geometry. Right angles theorem and Straight angles theorem.

(Level 2 of 3) | Right angles and straight angles theorem
06:53

In this video we go over 3 examples that illustrates how to use previously proven theorems, assumptions, properties of real numbers, variables, and operations as a reason in a proof. 

(Level 3 of 3) | Examples
06:42
+ Division of Segments and Angles
8 lectures 01:10:06

In this video we will go over how to identify midpoints, bisectors of segments, trisection points, trisectors of segments, adjacent angles, angle bisectors and angle trisectors. 

Preview 09:34

In this video we will apply the concepts learned from the previous video to solve 6 basic problems related with division of segments and angles.

(Level 2 of 8) | Examples I
08:07

In this video we will go over 9 basic examples involving division of segments.

(Level 3 of 8) | Examples II
09:58

In this video we will go over 5 intermediate examples involving midpoints, bisectors and trisectors.

(Level 4 of 8) | Examples III
10:05

In this video we will go over more challenging examples involving midpoints and segment bisectors.

(Level 5 of 8) | Example IV
08:47

In this video we will start going over examples that involve adjacent angles, angle bisectors and angle trisectors.

(Level 6 of 8) | Examples V
09:08

In this video we will go over 3 slightly more challenging examples involving angle bisectors and angle trisectors.

(Level 7 of 8) | Examples VI
06:55

In this final video on division of segments and angles we will go over 2 challenging examples involving angle bisectors and angle trisectors.

(Level 8 of 8) | Examples VII
07:32