Talent academy includes math problems that are aligned to the Third Grade Virginia Standards of Learning for Mathematics. It covers a wide range of geometry topics. Geometry word problems involve geometric figures and angles described in words. You would need to be familiar with the formulas in geometry.
It covers- 1)Reasoning, Lines, and Transformations-- Use angle relationships to prove lines parallel. Use rules for symmetry to solve a problem. Interpret a Venn diagram. Determine the second point on a line that is parallel to a given line. Identify a line segment congruent to a given line segment. Identify a valid conclusion for a set of statements. Determine a point on a line perpendicular to a given line and pass through a given point. Determine a contrapositive of a statement. Use properties of parallel lines to determine the measure of a given angle. Determine the slope of a line given two points on the line. Construct an angle bisector to solve a problem. Identify the location of a point after a specified rotation. Identify inverse of a given statement. Use properties of parallel lines to determine the measure of a given angle. Find distance between two points. Solve a problem involving lines of symmetry. Construct an angle congruent to a given angle. Identify symbolic representation of a verbal statement. 2)Triangles--Solve a problem using the Pythagorean Theorem. Determine which theorem will prove two triangles congruent. Determine which theorem will prove two triangles similar. Determine the possible length of the third side of a triangle. Complete a proof table to prove triangles congruent. Solve a problem using the Pythagorean Theorem. Determine which postulate will prove two triangles similar. Use trigonometry to solve a problem. Determine if a triangle could be formed from three given segments. Identify a condition that will prove two triangles are congruent by a particular postulate. Identify a set of Pythagorean triples. Given measures of the sides of a triangle, order its angle measures. Recognize a proportion describing the relationship of similar triangles. Use trigonometry to solve a problem. 3)Polygons, Circles, and Three-Dimensional Figures--Use properties of rectangles to solve a problem. Solve a problem involving exterior angles of a polygon. Solve a problem involving secants and tangents. Given the equation of a circle, identify the center and the diameter/radius. Solve a problem involving the surface area or volume of a three-dimensional object. Determine the effect on volume or surface area of a three-dimensional object when one or more dimensions are changed. Determine measures of angles of a parallelogram. Determine the sum of interior angle measures of a polygon. Solve a problem involving the area of a sector of a circle. Given the equation of a circle, identify a point that lies on the circle. Solve a problem involving the volume of a sphere. Solve a problem involving proportions and similar figures. Use properties of a parallelogram to solve a problem. Solve a problem involving the interior angles of a polygon. Solve real-world problems involving properties of circles. Given the center and the radius or diameter of a circle, identify a point that lies on the circle. Determine the volume of a composite three-dimensional object. Solve a problem involving volumes of similar figures.
The training is provided by the experts at Talent academy. It covers number systems, logic, calculus, measurement, perimeter, Probability and Statistics, two-dimensional, three-dimensional figures, and more. The course enables students to get in-depth knowledge on all the concepts of Geometry. There are wide homework and test modules specially designed for students to practice and get themselves strong at the SOL geometry concepts.
All items on Standards of Learning for Mathematics tests are reviewed by classroom teachers for accuracy and fairness. Students are advised to utilize all the live sessions and review sessions to get a clear and fair knowledge of all the geometry concepts.