﻿ Geometry Worksheets
In this section you will find just under a thousand printable geometry worksheets from beginner to advanced work.

#### The branch of math that focus on the properties of shapes is called geometry. It is broken into two distinct disciplines plane and solid geometry. The plane form is all about studying flat objects and shapes. Whatever you could draw on a piece of paper. Solid geometry concentrates on three-dimension objects which is why it lends itself more to practical application whereas planar is more theoretical. Both can be very helpful; it just depends on the situation that you are encountering. We sometimes refer to geometry as the math for people that love Legos. This is because it is all about understanding shapes and measures within those shapes. There is two-dimensional geometry for flat shapes we call this plane geometry. In plane geometry you would explore simple shapes like circles, lines, and triangles; any shape you can draw on a standard piece of paper. When we start to look at three-dimensional shapes like cylinders and cubes we are working with solid geometry. Solid geometry has a ton of real world applications these are the applications that engineers spend their entire career working on.

We start off with a pretty extensive section that is dedicated angle geometry. This is a very practical and highly sought after math skill. We continue on covering all of geometry 1 and 2 topics and skills this includes a great number of sheets on circle and triangle geometry. You should find that we have one of the largest collections of triangle worksheets. You will find an extensive catalog of worksheets available in this section please note that we have so many angle, circle, triangle geometry worksheets that we paired them together at the bottom of this page. Please be certain to scroll the entire way down this page. There are roughly a thousand geometry sheets available here. You will find handy answer keys available with everything that requires you to calculate just about anything.

# Geometry Worksheet Categories

## Analyzing in Geometric Shapes 3D

This form of analysis is used to find remains by archaeologists and architects make their careers on being masters of this skill.

## Circumference

If were to travel the distance around a circle, this is the measure you would arrive at. The formula is pi multiplied by the diameter.

## Compound Locus

This is when you are considering more than one point and are looking for a comprehensive solution.

## Concurrence

This is when a bunch of lines all intersect together.br>

## Conditional Statements and Converses

We look at true and false statements and how to negate them.

## Congruent and Similar

We explain the differences and show you how to use them to your advantage.

## Congruent Lines and Angles

Knowing that values are congruent you can learn a great deal more about the system.

## Classifying a Conic Section

We look at all four (circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, and parabolas.

## Coordinate Geometry Proofs

I find these forms of proofs to be easier for students. They feel more confident when they have the coordinate system to guide them along.

## Cylinders, Cones, Spheres, Pyramids

We look at how to find the volume and surface area of these three-dimensional shapes.

## Dilations

This is when a geometric shape grows or shrinks in size. It is helpful for calculating accurate scale models.

## Direct Euclidean Proofs

Made famous by Greek mathematician Euclid this technique can help you define components of shapes and angles.

## Distance Formula

Helpful for finding the distance between two points. Derived from the Pythagorean Theorem.

## Drawing Geometric Figures

Learn what they look like and how to accurately draw them with a high level of precision.

## Drawing Line Segments, Lines, and Rays

Learn the differences between them and how to formulate their use.

## Ellipses

I always remember these as egg shapes. We teach you the geometry and terms associated with it.

## Equation of a Line

We show you what it means and how to determine it from two points.

## Equilateral and Isosceles Triangles

Equilateral can be identified by have all sides equal. If only two sides are congruent, it is called isosceles.

## Geometric Constructions

We ask you to put these together by slowly learning all intricacies of each shape.

## Geometric Nets

These are flattened three dimensional shapes. This is what cardboard boxes look like when they are stored.

## Geometric Shapes

We look at just about every shape you will ever come across.

## Geometric Similarity

We are looking for mirror images that we can easily prove.

## Geometry Related Word Problems

These problems will require a few reads through to totally get it.

## Graphing Complex Numbers

These have many different applications and uses with shapes.

## Graphing Functions

We look at all points in a plane using the form (x, f(x)).

## Hyperbolas

These are two curved shapes that infinitely bow. You will find this shape common to objects in space that are pushed or pulled by gravity.

You will need to review the definitions of the following shapes: kite, parallelogram, rectangle, square, rhombus, trapezoid.

## Indirect Euclidean Proofs

The goal of this is not to show something to be true, we just show that all alternatives are completely false.

## Intuitive Notion Translations and Reflections

This method lacks a level of precision that leads us to just use to gauge trends.

## Inverse of a Function

This is helpful for determining the nature of complex functions.

## Line Reflection

This is a way to mirror two images.

## Lines and Planes

We look at the flat surface and the lines that travel them.

## Locus

This gives you a better idea of the orientation of the lines and their relative distance between one another.

## Locus at a Fixed Distance

This comes up often when we are working with parallel lines.

## Mid-Point of Segments

This helps you find the exact middle of something.

## Parabolas

A good old curve where any point is an equidistance from a focus and directrix.

## Parallel, Intersecting, and Perpendicular Lines

We show you the differences and how to identify them.

## Parallelograms

All sides are equal and opposite sides are parallel lines, hence the name of this figure.

## Point Symmetry

This is when every part has a mirror of itself of a matching part.

## Polygons

We look at these many sides and multi-form shapes.

We show you all the different ways you can prove a shape is a certain classification.

## Proportions to Determine Length

You knew that work with ratios would come in handy one day. Today is the day!

## Pythagorean Theorem

One of the most fundamental formulas in all of math, certainly in geometry.

Take a look at the main forms of four-sided objects.

## Reflections

We look at mirror images of shapes.

## Vertices and Sides

We look the corners and lines that make shapes what they are.

## Volume of Solids

We look at how much it takes to fill up a shape.

## Rotational Symmetry

If the shape looks the same after it is rotated, it has this.

## Rotations

What Earth does every twenty-four hours. Lets take a look at other shapes that do the same thing.

## Scaling

Making something either really big or really small.

## Similar Figures

When they share the same shape.

## Slope and Intercept

We look at how fast a line rises and where it comes across the axis.

## Symmetry

We hope to achieve perfect balance and a sense of portion between shapes.

## Transformation

We look at all four commonly occurring forms: dilation, reflection, rotation, and translation.

## Translations

This is when all points of a figure are moved the same distance.

## Transversal

These are lines that cut through two or more lines. The lines that they cut through are normally parallel to one another.

## Using Cos, Sin, and Tan

We look at the application of the main trigonometric functions.

## Adjacent, Supplementary, Complementary, and Vertical Angles

We look at how to classify these angles and what we can learn from them.

## Angle Bisectors

When we split an angle into two separate, but equal angles.

## Angle Relationships

We look at all the ways that these relationships can form.

## Angles in a Triangle

We classify and interpret the measures of them.

## Find the Missing Angle

We use basic operations and algebra to find missing angle values.

## Drawing Angles

An angle is described for you and using a protractor you draw it.

## Each Interior Angle

We look polygons and what we can tell by their number of sides.

## Exterior Angles

We look at measures that are formed by having line extensions outside of shape.

## Angles in a Circle

We look at all the measures that are present and what we can infer from them.

## Interior and Exterior Angles

We classify and calculate their value.

## Intersecting Angles

These form adjacent and vertical angles that can tell us the measures of a system.

## Measuring and Classifying

Time to break out the rulers and protractors.

## Perpendicular Bisectors

When a line segment is cut into two each pieces by a vertical line.

## Sum of Angles in a Circle

They always total three-hundred and sixty degrees.

## Sum of Interior Angles

It depends on the type of geometric shape you are looking for to determine the value.

## Altitude

This is the line that is created by drawing I from the vertex of the top most angle to the base.

## Classifying Triangles

We show you how to do it by comparing sides and angles.

## Congruence

We explore the five different ways to prove this.

## Congruent Triangles

We start you off on proofs.

## Finding Interior Angles

We know that the sum of all the angles mist one-hundred and eighty degrees.

## Identify Similar Triangles

We are looking for equal sides between triangles and corresponding sides in an equal ratio.

## Mean Proportional

You are shown how to use proportions to find the length of sides.

## Mid-Segments of Triangles

This help connect two sides of triangles and form parallel lines with the base.

## Reference Angles

These are formed by drawing a line from the x-axis.

## Similarity Proofs

We use all that we have put together so far to create these proofs.

## Triangles on a Coordinate Grid

Many students thrive when learning with this method.

## Using a Calculator (sin, cos, and tan)

Even though you have a technological advanced calculator does not mean you know how to use it.

## Chords

We determine measures of line segments that connect two points on the curve of a circle.

## Equations of Circles

These lean heavy on your understanding of Pythagorean Theorem.

## Graphs of Circles

How do we form these on a coordinate system?