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7
Modules
48
Topics
45
hours
Modules (7)
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learn about the volumes and areas of special shapes, as well as the concept of coordinate geometry.

Module 1
Areas of Special Shapes
Resources availableIn this module, you will learn how to find the areas of a Parallelogram, rectangles, rhombuses, and squares. You will also be introduced to the definition of a circle, finding the area of a circle, and the areas of sectors of a circle. This module also explains the areas of segments of a circle.Areas of Special Shapes  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicParallelograms, Rectangles, Rhombuses, Squares
Start TopicTriangles and Trapezoids
Start TopicCircles, Sectors and Segments
Start TopicRegular Polygons
Start TopicAreas of Combinations of Plane Figures
Start TopicAreas of Special Shapes  Lesson Summary
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Module 2
Volumes
Resources availableThis module introduces you to the right prism. It identifies the formula used to calculate the volume of a rectangular solid with examples. This module introduces the learner to how to calculate the volume of a cylinder. You will learn about the volume of a combination solid, its states, and the volume of formulas for basic solids.Volume  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicVolume of a Right Prism
Start TopicVolume of a Cylinder
Start TopicRight Pyramids and Cones
Start TopicVolume of a Sphere
Start TopicVolume of a Combination of Solids
Start TopicVolume  Lesson Summary
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Module 3
Coordinate Geometry and Coordinate Proofs (Part 1)
Resources availableThis module introduces the formation of the Cartesian plane. You will learn how to locate the position of a point in a plane, as well as sign conventions. This module explains the formula for finding the distance between as derived from the Pythagorean theorem. You will learn about the forms of equations of lines.Coordinate Geometry and Coordinate Proofs (Part 1)  Learning Outcoes
Start TopicThe Cartesian Plane and Plotting Points
Start TopicDistance Between Two Points
Start TopicMidpoint of a Line Segment
Start TopicSlope of a Line
Start TopicParallel and Perpendicular Lines
Start TopicGraphing a Linear Equation
Start TopicEquations of Lines
Start TopicCoordinate Geometry and Coordinate Proofs (Part 1)  Lesson Summary
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Module 4
Coordinate Geometry and Coordinate Proofs (Part 2)
Resources availableThis module introduces the methods for solving systems of equations Graphically and Algebraically. You will learn about the areas in coordinate geometry and various methods to find the area of coordinate geometry. This module also introduces the difference between 2D and 3D geometry.Coordinate Geometry and Coordinate Proofs (Part 2)  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicSolving Systems of Equations Graphically and Algebraically
Start TopicAreas in Coordinate Geometry
Start TopicEquations of Circles: Centers at (0, 0) and (h, k)
Start TopicDistance from a Point to a Line
Start TopicDistance Between Two Parallel Lines
Start TopicProofs using Coordinate Geometry
Start Topic3Dimensional Coordinate Geometry
Start TopicCoordinate Geometry and Coordinate Proofs (Part 2)  Lesson Summary
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Module 5
Locus
Resources availableThis module introduces the learner to the definition of Locus and the formation of a Locus. You will learn about the fundamental locus statements. This module introduces all the five fundamental loci statements. You will also learn the concept of locus and coordinate geometry related to circles and parabolas.Locus  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicDefinition of Locus
Start TopicFundamental Locus Statements
Start TopicCompound Loci
Start TopicLocus and Coordinate Geometry
Start TopicLocus  Lesson Summary
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Module 6
Transformational Geometry
Resources availableThis module explains the lines of symmetry in quadrilaterals, triangles, and a circle. You will be taught how to define a point reflection as well as the formula used to calculate Halfturns. This module teaches you how to find the reflection of a triangle as well as the order in which the transformations are completed.Transformational Geometry  Learning Outcomes
Start TopicLines of Symmetry
Start TopicTranslations
Start TopicLine Reflections
Start TopicPoint Reflections or Halfturns
Start TopicRotations
Start TopicDilations
Start TopicComposition of Transformations
Start TopicTransformational Geometry  Lesson Summary
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course assessment: Coordinate Geometry, Locus, Areas and Volumes

Module 7
Course assessment
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