Master the GMAT--Math Review: Geometry
Peterson's provides an in-depth review of the geometry problems for the Quantitative Section of the GMAT. Lines and angles, triangles, rectangles, squares, parallelograms, circles, polygons, cubes, cylinders, coordinate signs, graphing a line, midpoint and distance formulas, and coordinate geometry examples and explanations are included.
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COORDINATE SIGNS AND THE FOUR QUADRANTS
DEFINING A LINE ON THE COORDINATE PLANE
GRAPHING A LINE ON THE COORDINATE PLANE
MIDPOINT AND DISTANCE FORMULAS
SUMMING IT UP
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CUBES AND OTHER RECTANGULAR SOLIDS
ABCD adjacent angles altitude angle in relation angles are congruent answer is D Apply the distance area ratio bisecting calculate circle problems circle’s center circle’s circumference circle’s radius congruent equal coordinate plane correct answer correct responses cube cylinder cylinder’s degree measure diameter distance formula downward from left equal in length equation equilateral triangle example figure shows formed by intersecting geometric figures geometry problems GMAT coordinate geometry graph a line Here’s hexagon inscribed interior angles intersecting lines isosceles triangle left to right leg opposite line segment line’s slope lines intersect longest side minor arc opposite the 60 pairs perimeter problem might require Pythagorean theorem Pythagorean triplet Quadrant question might ask rectangles rectangular solids regular polygon right triangle shaded region sides are congruent slopes downward slopes upward solve square square’s area surface area tangent trapezoid triangle’s height h units long upward from left vertex vertical wheel-spoke x-axis xy-plane