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Geometry

Geometry unveils a wide range of methods and equations in our Measurements of Line Segments topic, including concepts such as Segment Bisectors Problems and Congruent Line Segments. Applications found in this course transcend multiple areas of study and will help elevate mastery in many areas within the Mathematics department. Compare and contrast Line Segment Addition and Subtraction and learn the key points differentiating each method. Challenge yourself by learning how to apply the Midpoint Formula and Distance Formula and to solve problems on the coordinate plane. By enhancing critical thinking skills involved in analyzing Midpoint vs. Segment Bisector, you will establish a well-developed mathematical process to help you succeed in all areas of specialization.

- Congruent Line Segments
- Line Segment Addition and Subtraction
- Adding Line Segments
- Drawing Line Segment Addition
- Drawing Line Segment Subtraction
- Midpoint of a Line Segment
- Finding the Midpoint
- Finding an Endpoint
- Midpoint Formula
- Basic Midpoint of Two Points
- Applying the Midpoint Formula
- Applying the Midpoint Formula with One Endpoint
- Midpoint vs. Segment Bisector
- Property of Perpendicular Bisectors
- Property of Perpendicular Bisectors: Practice Problems
- Segment Bisectors Problems
- Measuring a Line Segment
- Line Segments and Distance
- Distance Formula
- Basic Distance Between Points
- Applying the Distance Formula

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Pathways are a sequence of tutorials that help you learn a whole subject area, one concept at a time. Choose from multiple teachers and teaching styles.

The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE Credit®) has evaluated and recommended college credit for 27 of Sophia's online courses for college credit. These courses are eligible to transfer to many different colleges and universities.