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Geometry Worksheets and ProblemsBelow are a number of worksheets covering Euclidian Geometry problems.

 

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 math tutorial section before returning to use these worksheets.

 

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Angles and line segments.

  • Naming angles and line segments.
  • Year 9 or 10
  • Write on? Yes
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
 
     

Angles Test.

  • Calculating missing angles.
  • Year 7 or 8
  • Write on? No
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
 

Properties and Conjectures of Trapezoids.

  • Discovering properties of trapezoids.
  • Year 10 or 11
  • Write on? Yes
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
     

Introduction to Orthographic Projection

  • Identify the given views
  • Year 8 or 9
  • Write on? Yes
  • Answers? No
  • 6 Pages (PDF)
 

Rotational and line symmetry

  • Finding order of rotation and lines of symmetry of various shapes
  • Year 10 or 11
  • Write on? No
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1 (PDF)
     

Shape Worksheet

  • Identifying shapes
  • Year 6 or 7
  • Write on? Yes
  • Answers? No
  • 2 Pages (PDF)
 

Course Syllabus for Informal Geometry.

  • Course outline, description, assessment and discipline structure for a geometry course.
  • Year 9 to 12
  • Write on? No
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
    Page 2
     

 

 

Three Shapes.

  • Investigating the role of perimeter in geometry.
  • Year 8 or 9
  • Write on? No
  • Answers? Yes
  • Page 1
    Page 2
     

Spring Break Picture Math.

  • Combining geometry and art in a math project.
  • Non-metric units used.
  • Year 8
  • Write on? No
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
 

Logo Worksheet.

  • Use logo commands to draw a robot face.
  • Make up a diagram of your own.
  • Year 8
  • Write on? No
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
     

Constructions.

  • Designs to copy using a protractor and compass.
  • Year 9 or 10
  • Write on? No
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
 

On the Farm.

  • Perpendicular and parallel lines.
  • Types of angles.
  • Year 9 or 10
  • Write on? Yes
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
     

Symmetry.

  • Reflecting across a mirror line.
  • Drawing axes of symmetry.
  • Year 9 or 10
  • Write on? Yes
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
 

Birds Eye View.

  • Plan and elevation of solid shapes.
  • Year 10 or 11
  • Write on? Yes
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
    Page 2
     

Tangrams.

  • Constructions and following instructions.
  • Year 9 to 11
  • Write on? No
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
 

Isometric Drawings.

  • Drawing isometric shapes from plans.
  • Isometric grid provided.
  • Year 11
  • Write on? Yes
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
    Page 2
     

Farmer Brown.

  • Solving problems using constructions and loci in scale drawings.
  • Year 10 or 11
  • Write on? No
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
 

Enlargement Worksheet.

  • Finding centre of enlargement, scale factor, drawing enlargements using the projection method.
  • Year 10 or 11
  • Write on? No
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
     

Introduction to Orthographic Projection.

 

Rotational Symmetry.

  • Order of rotational symmetry and axes of symmetry of a number of shapes.
  • Includes brief notes and definitions.
  • Year 8 to 10
  • Write on? Yes
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
     

Shape Worksheet.

  • Identifying and naming various 2D shapes.
  • Year 7 or 8
  • Write on? Yes
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
    Page 2
 

Turning Grass into Milk.

  • Finding the area of a sector of a circle using constructions and loci. (Measurements in feet.)
  • Year 11
  • Write on? Yes
  • Answers? No
  • Page 1
    Page 2
     

 

Year LevelsA note about year levels

Where appropriate each worksheet is given a year level that it is applicable to. As we're all in different countries the year level corresponds to the number of years at school. So, for example, a worksheet for Year 11 is for students in their 11th year of school.
Worksheets for earlier or later years may still be suitable for you.

 

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