MAG401AT: Geometry (Sem 1) (2020)

The online Geometry (Sem 1) is the first semester of Geometry, a course required for graduation and aligned to DoDEA's content standards and the College and Career-Ready Standards for Mathematical Practice. In this course, students will learn the relationship between undefined terms, axioms, and theorems, perform geometric constructions using appropriate tools, describe and classify various types of triangles, prove triangle congruency and similarity, identify and describe polygons and use their properties to solve problems, understand the relationship of lines and circles within the coordinate plane, convert between units and use rates and scale factors to solve problems, apply geometric knowledge to make conjectures and write geometric proofs, and use appropriate statistical methods to analyze data and calculate probability through independent/dependent events and compound events, including geometric probability. Through the content, students will build mathematical habits of mind through reasoning, problem-solving, and mathematical modeling.

Course Note: This course satisfies the Geometry I (.5 of 1 credit) graduation requirement. Geometry (Sem 2) must also be completed for the full Geometry credit. This course offered in Summer or Semester 2 only.