# Geometry

#### Back to Math Foundation

## Two Dimensional Shapes

#### Angles

- What are angles?
- Naming Angle Components
- How to Measure Angles
- Naming Conventions
- Parallel Lines and Angle Pairs

#### Types of Shapes

- What are Polygons?
- Classifying Polygons
- Naming Conventions
- Triangles
- Quadrangles
- Ellipses Ovals Circles

- Classifying Shapes - Circle and ovals

* Radius, Diameter and Circumference - Three-sided shapes - Three-sided shapes

* Equilateral * Scalene* Isosceles * Isosceles

* Square * Rectangle* Parallelogram * Parallelogram

#### Area

- How to calculate the area of a Square or Parallelogram
- How to calculate the area of a Parallelogram
- How to calculate the area of a Triangle

- How to calculate the area of a Circle ####Types of Angles

- What is an angle? - Types of angles * Angles around a Point (Acute angle, Right angle, Obtuse angle, Straight angle, Reflex angle - Angles around Straight Lines * Congruent Angles, Parallel Lines and Angles, Transverse Angles, Interior and Exterior Angles - Angles in Shapes The General Rule (n-2) x 180 * Practice with Triangles * Practice with Four-sided Shapes* Practice with Five-sided Shapes * Practice with Five-sided Shapes

##Three Dimensional Shapes - Types of Shapes - Surface Area- Volume - Volume