Geometry For Enjoyment And Challenge - 91st Edition - by Richard Rhoad, George Milauskas, Robert Whipple - ISBN 9780866099653
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Geometry For Enjoyment And Challenge
91st Edition
Richard Rhoad, George Milauskas, Robert Whipple
Publisher: McDougal Littell
ISBN: 9780866099653

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Chapter 2 - Basic Concepts And ProofsChapter 2.1 - PerpendicularityChapter 2.2 - Complementary And Supplementary AnglesChapter 2.3 - Drawing ConclusionsChapter 2.4 - Congruent Supplements And ComplementsChapter 2.5 - Addition And Subtraction PropertiesChapter 2.6 - Multiplication And Division PropertiesChapter 2.7 - Transitive And Substitution PropertiesChapter 2.8 - Vertical AnglesChapter 3 - Congruent TrianglesChapter 3.1 - What Are Congruent Figures?Chapter 3.2 - Three Ways To Prove Triangles CongruentChapter 3.3 - Cpctc And CirclesChapter 3.4 - Beyond CpctcChapter 3.5 - Overlapping TrianglesChapter 3.6 - Types Of TrianglesChapter 3.7 - Angle-side TheoremsChapter 3.8 - The Hl PostulateChapter 4 - Lines In The PlaneChapter 4.1 - Detours And MidpointsChapter 4.2 - The Case Of The Missing DiagramChapter 4.3 - A Right-angle TheoremChapter 4.4 - The Equidistance TheoremChapter 4.5 - Introduction To Parallel LinesChapter 4.6 - SlopeChapter 5 - Parallel Lines And Related FiguresChapter 5.1 - Indirect ProofChapter 5.2 - Proving That Lines Are ParallelChapter 5.3 - Congruent Angles Associated With Parallel LinesChapter 5.4 - Four-side PolygonsChapter 5.5 - Properties Of QuadrilateralsChapter 5.6 - Proving That A Quadrilateral Is A ParallelogramChapter 5.7 - Proving That Figures Are Special QuadrilateralsChapter 6 - Lines And Planes In SpaceChapter 6.1 - Relating Lines To PlanesChapter 6.2 - Perpendicularity Of Line And PlaneChapter 6.3 - Basic Facts About Parallel PlanesChapter 7 - PolygonsChapter 7.1 - Triangle Application TheoremsChapter 7.2 - Two Proof-oriented Triangles TheoremsChapter 7.3 - Formulas Involving PolygonsChapter 7.4 - Regular PolygonsChapter 8 - Similar PolygonsChapter 8.1 - Ratio And ProportionChapter 8.2 - SimilarityChapter 8.3 - Methods Of Proving Triangles SimilarChapter 8.4 - Congruence And Proportions In Similar TrianglesChapter 8.5 - Three Theorems Involving ProportionsChapter 9 - The Pythagorean TheoremChapter 9.1 - Review Of Radicals And Quadratic EquationsChapter 9.2 - Introduction To CirclesChapter 9.3 - Altitude-on-hypotenuse TheoremChapter 9.4 - Geometry's Most Elegant TheoremChapter 9.5 - The Distance FormulaChapter 9.6 - Families Of Right TrianglesChapter 9.7 - Special Right TrianglesChapter 9.8 - The Pythagorean Theorem And Space FiguresChapter 9.9 - Introduction To TrigonometryChapter 9.10 - Trigonometric RatiosChapter 10 - CirclesChapter 10.1 - The CirclesChapter 10.2 - Congruent ChordsChapter 10.3 - Arcs Of A CircleChapter 10.4 - Secants And TangentsChapter 10.5 - Angles Related To A CircleChapter 10.6 - More Angle-arc TheoremsChapter 10.7 - Inscribed And Circumscribed PolygonsChapter 10.8 - The Power TheoremsChapter 10.9 - Circumference And Arc LengthChapter 11 - AreaChapter 11.1 - Understanding AreaChapter 11.2 - Areas Of Parallelograms And TrianglesChapter 11.3 - The Area Of A TrapezoidChapter 11.4 - Areas Of Kites And Related FiguresChapter 11.5 - Areas Of Regular PolygonsChapter 11.6 - Areas Of Circles, Sectors And SegmentsChapter 11.7 - Ratios Of AreaChapter 11.8 - Hero's And Brahmagupta's FormulasChapter 12 - Surface Area And VolumeChapter 12.1 - Surface Area Of PrismsChapter 12.2 - Surface Areas Of PyramidsChapter 12.3 - Surface Areas Of Circular SolidsChapter 12.4 - Volumes Of Prisms And CylindersChapter 12.5 - Volumes Of Pyramids And ConesChapter 12.6 - Volumes Of SpheresChapter 13 - Coordinate Geometry ExtendedChapter 13.1 - Graphing EquationsChapter 13.2 - Equations Of LinesChapter 13.3 - Systems Of EquationsChapter 13.4 - Graphing InequalitiesChapter 13.5 - Three- Dimensional Graphing And ReflectionsChapter 13.6 - CirclesChapter 13.7 - Coordinate-geometry PracticeChapter 14 - Locus And ConstructionsChapter 14.1 - LocusChapter 14.2 - Compound LocusChapter 14.3 - The Concurrence TheoremsChapter 14.4 - Basic ConstructionsChapter 14.5 - Applications Of The Basic ConstructionsChapter 14.6 - Triangle ConstructionsChapter 15 - InequalitiesChapter 15.1 - Number PropertiesChapter 15.2 - Inequalities In A TrainglesChapter 15.3 - The Hinge TheoremsChapter 16 - Enrichment TopicsChapter 16.1 - The Point-line Distance FormulaChapter 16.2 - Two Other Useful FormulasChapter 16.3 - Stewart's TheoremChapter 16.4 - Ptolemy's TheoremChapter 16.5 - Mass PointsChapter 16.6 - Inradius And Circumradius Formulas