
Overview


Perpendicular Lines,
Parallel Lines,
Applications of Points and Lines,
Applications of Circles,
Cylinders,
Applications of Angles and Planes,
Applications of Polygons,
Pyramids,
Triangular Prisms,
Rectangular Prisms,
3Dimensional Figures,
Applications of Surface Area and Volume,
Rational Functions and Equations,
Surface Area,
Volume,
Applications of Triangles
and Applications of Quadrilaterals




3Dimensional Figures,
Definition of an Angle,
Exploring Coordinate Systems,
Geometric Constructions with Points and Lines,
Definition of a Point,
Definition of a Triangle,
Definition of a Circle,
Definition of Transformations,
The Distance Formula,
Definition of a Polygon,
Definition of a Plane,
Definition of a Line,
Midpoint Formula,
Applications of Polygons,
Right Triangles,
Trig Expressions and Identities,
Definition of a Quadrilateral,
Applications of Points and Lines,
Proportions,
Area and Perimeter of Triangles,
Area and Perimeter of Quadrilaterals
and Pyramids


Overview


Definition of a Triangle
and Applications of Triangles




Applications of Transformations
and Definition of Transformations


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Applications of Surface Area and Volume,
Surface Area
and Volume


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Applications of Quadrilaterals
and Definition of a Quadrilateral


Overview


Applications of Polygons
and Definition of a Polygon


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Applications of Points and Lines,
Definition of a Line
and Definition of a Point


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Applications of Coordinate Geometry
and Coordinate Systems


Overview


Applications of Circles
and Definition of a Circle


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Applications of Angles and Planes,
Definition of an Angle
and Applications of Points and Lines


Overview


3Dimensional Figures,
Pyramids,
Cylinders,
Applications of 3D Geometry,
Triangular Prisms
and Rectangular Prisms


Overview


3Dimensional Figures


Algebra Nspirations Teacher's Guide: Variables and Equations
This is the Teacher's Guide that accompanies Algebra Nspirations: Variables and Equations.


Applications of Equations and Inequalities


Animated Math Clip Art3D GeometryRotating a Circle to Form a Sphere


3Dimensional Figures


Animated Clip Art3D GeometryRotating a Rectangle to Form a Cylinder


Cylinders


Animated Math Clip Art3D GeometryRotating a Rectangle to Form an Open Cylinder


Cylinders


Animated Math Clip Art3D GeometryRotating a Square to Form a Cylinder


Cylinders


Closed Captioned Video: Geometry ApplicationsAntiprisms
In this video students learn the basics of antiprisms, in the context of New York’s Freedom Tower, which has an antiprism design. They learn the properties of antiprisms, with the focus on those with a square base.


Rectangular Prisms


Closed Captioned Video: Geometry ApplicationsRectangular Prisms
In this video students learn the basics of rectangular prisms, in the context of a New York residential tower: 432 Park Avenue.


Rectangular Prisms


Closed Captioned Video: Geometry ApplicationsTriangular Prisms
In this video students study a realworld application of triangular prisms: The Flat Iron Building in New York City. This building is an ideal example of a realworld prism and also provides a tiein to right triangle geometry.


Triangular Prisms


Closed Captioned Video: Geometry ApplicationsWhat Are Prisms?
In this video students learn the basics of prisms and anti prisms. They learn the properties of triangular prisms, rectangular prisms, triangular antiprisms, and rectangular antiprisms.


Rectangular Prisms
and Triangular Prisms


Closed Captioned Video: Geometry Applications: 3D Geometry
In this program we explore the properties of threedimensional figures. We do this in the context of two realworld applications. In the first, we look at the threedimensional structure of Mayan pyramids.


3Dimensional Figures


Closed Captioned Video: Geometry Applications: 3D Geometry, Segment 1: Introduction.
We visit ancient Greece to learn about the Platonic Solids. This provides an introduction to the more general topic of threedimensional figures.


3Dimensional Figures


Closed Captioned Video: Geometry Applications: 3D Geometry, Segment 2: Pyramids
Rectangular Prisms. Mayan pyramids are essentially stacks of rectangular prisms. The volume of each successive level is a percentage decrease of its lower neighbor. This introduces the notion of a geometric sequence and series, including an infinite series.


3Dimensional Figures
and Pyramids
