Zero The Math Hero - Geometry Tutor

Zero The Math Hero - Geometry Tutor
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Points, Lines & Planes
This program teaches the properties of basic shapes of 0, 1 and 2 dimensions and an explanation of the relationship between points, lines and planes. Four basic postulates are taught…
Segments, Rays & Angles
This program teaches three important geometric concepts and an explanation of the different angle types based on their measures, using units called degrees. Students will Learn: Segments: identify segments, name…
Segment Postulates & Angle Postulates
This program teaches using coordinates on a number line to find segment lengths along with the proper use of a protractor to measure angles. It uses problem solving to find…
Coordinate Plane
This program teaches the coordinate plane, its parts and how it is used to graph points on a 2-dimensional coordinate system. It also offers practical modern-day application of the coordinate…
Classifying Triangles
This program provides a discussion of the basic definition of a triangle and demonstrates how to classify triangles according to their side lengths and/or angle measures. The following Triangle types…
Finding Triangle Measures
This program introduces the concept of a theorem and models how to find angle measures for interior and exterior angles for a variety of triangles. Several examples are demonstrated, using…
Polygons & Quadrilaterals
This program discusses two important theorems and defines the term polygon as well as specific polygon types. Problem solving is used to find missing measures for both interior and exterior…
Pythagorean Theorem
This program teaches four important theorems and describes the Pythagorean Theorem and its relevance in the real world. Several example problems are illustrated. Problems using algebraic skills are linked with…
Circles & Arcs
This program defines the term circle and how to find angle measures for central angles and arcs. The distance formula is used to find the length of a radius on…
Perimeter, Circumference & Area
This program defines perimeter, circumference and area of 2-dimensional figures. The concept of the number pi is also represented with different approximations and many examples of finding perimeter and area…
Lateral Area & Surface Area
This program describes how to identify the correct parts of the figures so students will be able to substitute them into formulas. The Pythagorean Theorem is also used in the…
Volume & Introduction to Proofs
This program describes how to identify the correct parts of the figures so students will be able to substitute them into the formulas. The Pythagorean Theorem is also used in…

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