Geometry Worksheets & Problems
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Page updated : 12 April 2018
Learn high school geometry for free. Below are a number of worksheets covering geometry concepts.
Geometry the part of mathematics concerned with the properties and relationships between points, lines, surfaces, solids. You'll study angles, constructions, relative arrangements, shapes, projections, and Pythagorus' Theorem.
Euclidian Geometry is the study of shape, size, position and space. It is after the Greek mathematician Euclid who around 300BC made a list of objects and assumptions (called axioms) from which all results follow.
High school math students can use these geometry problems for study purposes. High School Teachers  you're welcome to copy these worksheets for classroom use. Parents  if you'd like to help your child learn math we suggest you start with our geometry tutorialsl section before returning to use these worksheets.
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Angles and line segments.



Angles Test.

Properties and Conjectures of Trapezoids.


Introduction to Orthographic Projection

Rotational and line symmetry


Shape Worksheet

Course Syllabus for Informal Geometry. 


Three Shapes. 

Spring Break Picture Math.

Logo Worksheet.


Constructions.

On the Farm.


Symmetry.

Birds Eye View. 

Tangrams.

Isometric Drawings. 

Farmer Brown.

Enlargement Worksheet.


Introduction to Orthographic Projection. 
Rotational Symmetry.


Shape Worksheet. 
Turning Grass into Milk. 

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FREE GEOMETRY TUTORIALS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
 Angles & Straight
Lines
An introduction to some basic geometry principles  the sum of angles on a straight line, angles around a point and vertically opposite angles.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 9.  Angles & Parallel
Lines
New defintions  corresponding angles, alternate angle and cointerior angles.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 9.  Angles & Triangles
The angles inside and outside triangles have some special rules. Learn about the sum of the angles inside a triangle, exterior angles and special rules for equilateral and isosceles triangles.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 9.  Angles & Polygons
Rules for the interior and exterior angles of polygons. And rules for special polygons like squares and kites.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 10.  Angles & Arcs
More angle rules  this time for angles on an arc (or part of a circle).
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 11.  Tangents to a Circle
A tangent is a straight line touching one point on the circumference of a circle.
Special angle rules are created with tangents.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 11.  Cyclic Quadrilaterals
Put a quadrilateral inside a circle and you have a cyclic quadrilateral with special rules for interior and exterior angles.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 11.
 Pythagoras' Theorem
Named after Greek Mathematician, Pythagoras, this theorem is about the relation amongst the three sides of a right angle triangle.
So if you know the length of two sides of a right angle triangle you can caculate the length of the other side. This has some wonderful practical applications.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 10 or 11.  Transformation
Geometry 1  Translation
What is translation and how to write a translation in vector form.
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 10.  Transformation
Geometry 2  Rotation
What is rotation of a shape?
This tutorial is suitable for students in Year 10.