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McGraw-Hill Key To Geometry, Book #5

Whether you're looking for preparation for geometry, a remedial course or a basic refresher, Key to Geometry is a non-threatening way to gain a working, practical knowledge of the subject. Students begin by drawing lines and bisecting angles, eventually working their way to sophisticated constructions involving over a dozen steps. When the course has been completed, students will have been introduced to 134 geometric terms and will be ready to geometric proofs. 55 pages, paperback.

Workbook 5 covers squares and rectangles, moving from straight lines to using a compass and congruent lines.

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Great way to become proficient using a compass.

Date:January 17, 2012
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Location:Gaithersburg, MD
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We have defaulted to this program for a non-science track student and it is very encouraging. As a home-school mom, I too am becoming extremely proficient using a compass and straight edge for proofs. An excellent alternative to more of the heady studies available.
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