# Best geometry books for high school to reinforce the mathematical knowledge

High school geometry books are best for the high school students. These books are full of good examples and thorough explanations of how to do problems. Exercises, and solutions throughout, plus hundreds of drawings, graphs, and tables will help you to pass the exam.

Here you will get some geometry books.

**Geometry, Grades 9-12 **is a well-organized book with good examples and thorough explanations of how to do problems. The text is easy to understand for high school learners.

**This book gives you**

- Self-explanatory and simple answers and explanations at the end of the textbook
- Online quizzes and tests
- "Key Concepts" part
- Well written and thoroughly explained theorems and postulates
- Standardized test examples
- Problem sets and practice quizzes will reinforce the material
- Perfect CD for high schoolers or adult learners.

This book is recommended to those who need extra help with geometry, or individuals, who need assistance in a subject that they last encounter during their own high school days.

**This book gives you**

- Diagrams that show key ideas, shortcuts, common mistakes to avoid, and explanations.
- Theorems, axioms, and proofs for refreshing your memory
- The idea to do all the problems
- Visual aids and encouraging tone appeal to kids so they read it.
- More than 500 of the right, well-illustrated, carefully worked out and explained proofs and problems.
- Dozens of graphic organizers, which help students understand, remember and recognize the connections between concepts.

**Tutor in a Book's Geometry **provides services** **as a skilled private tutor. It provides the most effective solutions of all the geometric problems.

This book is well recommended to middle school and high school students who are having a difficult time with a specific subject**.**

**You'll learn**

- How geometric principles can solve real-world problems
- How to experience the math
- The number of hands-on activities
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**Important coverage are**

- A painless beginning
- Angles
- Parallel and perpendicular lines
- Triangles
- Similar and congruent triangles
- Quadrilaterals
- Circles
- Perimeter, area, and volume
- Graphing.

**Everything You Need to Ace Math in One Big Fat Notebook**is a complete middle school study guide and contains lots of important topics for high school student. It covers many useful topics including factors and greatest common factor, multiples and least common multiple, unit rate and unit price, proportions, scientific notation, square and cube root, the Pythagorean theorem, circles, circumference, and area, linear equations and functions and much more.

**This book is consists of the following 6 units**

- The number system
- Ratios, proportions, and Percents
- Expressions and equations
- Geometry
- Statistics and probability
- The coordinate plane and functions.

**E-Z Geometry **provides math with** **charts, graphs, diagrams, instructive line illustrations, and appropriate, amusing cartoons. It also covers the "how" and "why" of geometry, with examples, exercises, and solutions throughout, plus hundreds of drawings, graphs, and tables.

**Table of contents**

- Building a geometry vocabulary
- Measure and congruence
- Angle pairs and perpendicular lines

- Parallel lines

- Angles of a polygon

- Proving triangles are congruent

- Applying congruent triangles
- Geometric inequalities

- Special quadrilaterals
- Ratio, proportion, and similarity
- The right triangle

- Circles and angle measurement

- Chord, tangent, and secant segments

- Area and volume

- Coordinate geometry

- Locus and constructions

- Transformation geometry.

**Concise Geometry** is a great companion tool for current geometry students. The lessons are quick, easy to understand which make it must have for students. It is like a tutorial that can be used for geometry self-study, as a geometry workbook, as geometry tutor, or as a higher-quality replacement for geometry for dummies. You can learn common core high school geometry after only 30 hours of study.

**It contains**

- Many important topics to give you a clear idea about, cosine, the law of sines, volume etc.
- Difference between congruent, complementary, and supplementary angles
- Geometry topics to meet the needs of modern high school students.

This is an excellent resource book for both parents and students. The examples and explanations are good. The author Prentice Hall provides answers for odd numbered questions in the back of the book so you can check your accuracy and understanding.

There are

- Examples with explanation
- Exercises with answer key
- Transformations after triangle congruence and similarity

**Coverage includes**

- Introduction
- Angles
- Angles in a triangle
- Comparing sides and angles in a triangle
- The Pythagorean theorem and its converse
- Isosceles right triangle
- The perimeter of the triangle
- 30°, 60°, 90° triangle
- Median of a triangle
- The angle bisector of a triangle
- Altitude of a triangle
- Equilateral triangle
- Rectangular prisms
- Cubes
- Triangular prisms
- Pyramids
- Cylinders
- Cones
- Spheres and much more.

**555 Geometry Problems for High School Students also contains**

- 130+ questions with solutions
- 28 tests which will definitely help students to understand the geometric concepts better
- The most effective methods, tips, and strategies for solving geometry problems in both conventional and unconventional ways
- 420 additional geometry questions with an answer key
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**There are 5 sections which cover the following**

**The Congruence section covers:**

- Point and line
- Dilation
- Compass and a straightedge

**The Similarity, Right Triangles, and Trigonometry section covers:**

- Proving the Pythagorean Theorem using similar triangles
- Using cosine to solve problems involving right triangles
- Using the Law of Sines and Cosines

**The Circles section covers:**

- Construction of a circle inscribed in a triangle
- Deriving the formula for the area of a sector

**The Expressing Geometric Properties with Equations section covers:**

- Identify the equation of a parabola given a focus and directrix
- Using coordinates to find the area of a figure

**The Geometric Measurement and Dimension section covers:**

- A formula for the area of a circle
- The formula for the volume of a cone
- Cavalieri's principle.