READ BEFORE STARTING

Chapter 1: Foundations for Geometry

Chapter 2: Reasoning and Proof

Chapter 3: Perpendicular and Parallel Lines, Polygons

Chapter 4: Congruent Triangles

Chapter 5: Properties of Triangles

Chapter 6: Quadrilaterals

Chapter 7: Similarity

Chapter 8: Transformations

Chapter 9: Right Triangles and Trigonometry

Chapter 10: Circles

In this lesson I will introduce you to points, lines and planes. The building blocks of geometry are points, lines and planes so it's important that you understand how we think of these concepts. Geometry is very different than algebra so you will be learning an entirely new mathematical language. As such, you need to take excellent and organized notes because I will be teaching you a lot of new symbols, notations and theorems. In this lesson my goal is to get you to understand how points, lines and planes relate. Now, this may sound strange but points, lines and planes can not be defined in geometry- I will explain why in the video. I'm sure you have a good sense of what a "point" is or a "line" is but as you will see in the lesson these terms can not be strictly defined. However, we still can learn a lot about the properties of points, lines and planes and apply this knowledge to the wonderful world of geometry. Welcome to course I know you will learn a lot!

__DIRECTIONS:__

- Watch The
**Lesson Video**First - Take Good Notes. - Next, Scroll All The Way Down The Page To View The
**Practice Problems**- Try Them On Your Own. - Check The Solutions To The Practice Problems By Looking At The Answer Key At The End Of The Worksheet.
- However,
**YOU MUST Still Watch The Video Solutions To The Practice Problems**; These Are The Videos Labeled EX A, EX B, etc. - They Are Located Next To The Lesson Video. - After You Did All Of The Practice Problems - Complete The Section and Advance To The Next Topic.

**Practice Problems:**

1.1 GeoFoundationsPointsLinesPreview.pdf