Geometry requires a great deal of spatial sense. The ability to imagine figures in varied dimensions and transform these figures is not easy for all. Geometry also requires logical reasoning. The ability to use definitions and properties to validate conclusions can be a daunting task. As you sit in class or work on geometry problems, you may feel lost in the forest with no end in sight. Definitions sound like birds chirping and examples appear to be monkeys swinging from tree to tree. Don’t worry, you are not alone!
We all have strengths and areas in need of improvement. What can help you through is perseverance and the right resource—for you, it’s Idiot’s Guides: Geometry.
In this book, we have presented geometry through illustrated ...