1 Chapter 1 Basics of Geometry Lesson 1.1:  Points, Lines, and Planes Lesson 1.1:  Points, Lines, and Planes Lesson 1.2:  Measuring and Constructing Segments Lesson 1.2:  Measuring and Constructing Segments Lesson 1.3:  Using Midpoint and Distance Formulas Lesson 1.3:  Using Midpoint and Distance Formulas Lesson 1.4:  Perimeter and Area in the Coordinate Plane Lesson 1.4:  Perimeter and Area in the Coordinate Plane Lesson 1.5:  Measuring and Constructing Angles Lesson 1.5:  Measuring and Constructing Angles Lesson 1.6:  Describing Pairs of Angles Lesson 1.6:  Describing Pairs of Angles Checkpoint opportunity Checkpoint opportunity
 2 Chapter 2 Reasoning and Proofs Lesson 2.1:  Conditional Statements Lesson 2.1:  Conditional Statements Lesson 2.2:  Inductive and Deductive Reasoning Lesson 2.2:  Inductive and Deductive Reasoning Lesson 2.3:  Postulates and Diagrams Lesson 2.3:  Postulates and Diagrams Lesson 2.4:  Algebraic Reasoning Lesson 2.4:  Algebraic Reasoning Lesson 2.5:  Proving Statement about Segments and Angles Lesson 2.5:  Proving Statement about Segments and Angles Lesson 2.6:  Proving Geometric Relationships Lesson 2.6:  Proving Geometric Relationships
 3 Chapter 3 Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Lesson 3.1:  Pairs of Lines and Angles Lesson 3.1:  Pairs of Lines and Angles Lesson 3.2:  Parallel Lines and Transversals Lesson 3.2:  Parallel Lines and Transversals Lesson 3.3:  Proofs with Parallel Lines Lesson 3.3:  Proofs with Parallel Lines Lesson 3.4:  Proofs with Perpendicular Lines Lesson 3.4:  Proofs with Perpendicular Lines Lesson 3.5:  Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Lesson 3.5:  Equations of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines Checkpoint opportunity Checkpoint opportunity
 4 Chapter 4 Transformations Lesson 4.1:  Translations Lesson 4.1:  Translations Lesson 4.2:  Reflections Lesson 4.2:  Reflections Lesson 4.3:  Rotations Lesson 4.3:  Rotations Lesson 4.4:  Congruence and Transformations Lesson 4.4:  Congruence and Transformations Lesson 4.5:  Dilations Lesson 4.5:  Dilations Lesson 4.6:  Similarity and Transformations Lesson 4.6:  Similarity and Transformations Checkpoint opportunity Checkpoint opportunity
 5 Chapter 5 Congruent Triangles Lesson 5.1:  Angles of Triangles Lesson 5.1:  Angles of Triangles Lesson 5.2:  Congruent Polygons Lesson 5.2:  Congruent Polygons Lesson 5.3:  Proving Triangle Congruence by SAS Lesson 5.3:  Proving Triangle Congruence by SAS Lesson 5.4:  Equilateral and Isosceles Triangles Lesson 5.4:  Equilateral and Isosceles Triangles Lesson 5.5:  Proving Triangle Congruence by SSS Lesson 5.5:  Proving Triangle Congruence by SSS Lesson 5.6:  Proving Triangle Congruence by ASA and AAS Lesson 5.6:  Proving Triangle Congruence by ASA and AAS Lesson 5.7:  Using Congruent Triangles Lesson 5.7:  Using Congruent Triangles Lesson 5.8:  Coordinate Proofs Lesson 5.8:  Coordinate Proofs Checkpoint opportunity Checkpoint opportunity
 6 Chapter 6 Relationships Within Triangles Lesson 6.1:  Perpendicular and Angle Bisectors Lesson 6.1:  Perpendicular and Angle Bisectors Lesson 6.2:  Bisectors of Triangles Lesson 6.2:  Bisectors of Triangles Lesson 6.3:  Medians and Altitudes of Triangles Lesson 6.3:  Medians and Altitudes of Triangles Lesson 6.4:  The Triangle Midsegment Theorem Lesson 6.4:  The Triangle Midsegment Theorem Lesson 6.5:  Indirect Proof and Inequalities in One Triangle Lesson 6.5:  Indirect Proof and Inequalities in One Triangle Lesson 6.6:  Inequalities in Two Triangles Lesson 6.6:  Inequalities in Two Triangles Checkpoint opportunity Checkpoint opportunity
 7 Chapter 7 Quadrilaterals and Other Polygons Lesson 7.1:  Angles of Polygons Lesson 7.1:  Angles of Polygons Lesson 7.2:  Properties of Parallelograms Lesson 7.2:  Properties of Parallelograms Lesson 7.3:  Proving That a Quadrilateral is a Parallelogram Lesson 7.3:  Proving That a Quadrilateral is a Parallelogram Lesson 7.4:  Properties of Special Parallelograms Lesson 7.4:  Properties of Special Parallelograms Lesson 7.5:  Properties of Trapezoids and Kites Lesson 7.5:  Properties of Trapezoids and Kites Checkpoint opportunity Checkpoint opportunity
 8 Chapter 8 Similarity Lesson 8.1:  Similar Polygons Lesson 8.1:  Similar Polygons Lesson 8.2:  Proving Triangle Similarity by AA Lesson 8.2:  Proving Triangle Similarity by AA Lesson 8.3:  Proving Triangle Similarity by SSS and SAS Lesson 8.3:  Proving Triangle Similarity by SSS and SAS Lesson 8.4:  Proportionality Theorems Lesson 8.4:  Proportionality Theorems Checkpoint opportunity Checkpoint opportunity
 9 Chapter 9 Right Triangles and Trigonometry Lesson 9.1:  The Pythagorean Theorem Lesson 9.1:  The Pythagorean Theorem Lesson 9.2:  Special Right Triangles Lesson 9.2:  Special Right Triangles Lesson 9.3:  Similar Right Triangles Lesson 9.3:  Similar Right Triangles Lesson 9.4:  The Tangent Ratio Lesson 9.4:  The Tangent Ratio Lesson 9.5:  The Sine and Cosine Ratios Lesson 9.5:  The Sine and Cosine Ratios Lesson 9.6:  Solving Right Triangles Lesson 9.6:  Solving Right Triangles Lesson 9.7:  Law of Sines and Law of Cosines Lesson 9.7:  Law of Sines and Law of Cosines Checkpoint opportunity Checkpoint opportunity
 10 Chapter 10 Circles Lesson 10.1:  Lines and Segments that Intersect Circles Lesson 10.1:  Lines and Segments that Intersect Circles Lesson 10.2:  Finding Arc Measures Lesson 10.2:  Finding Arc Measures Lesson 10.3:  Using Chords Lesson 10.3:  Using Chords Lesson 10.4:  Inscribed Angles and Polygons Lesson 10.4:  Inscribed Angles and Polygons Lesson 10.5:  Angle Relationships in Circles Lesson 10.5:  Angle Relationships in Circles Lesson 10.6:  Segment Relationships in Circles Lesson 10.6:  Segment Relationships in Circles Lesson 10.7:  Circles in the Coordinate Plane Lesson 10.7:  Circles in the Coordinate Plane Checkpoint opportunity Chapter 10 Chapters 1-10 Checkpoint opportunity Chapter 10 Chapters 1-10
 11 Chapter 11 Circumference, Area, and Volume Lesson 11.1:  Circumference and Arc Length Lesson 11.1:  Circumference and Arc Length Lesson 11.2:  Areas of Circles and Sectors Lesson 11.2:  Areas of Circles and Sectors Lesson 11.3:  Areas of Polygons Lesson 11.3:  Areas of Polygons Lesson 11.4:  Three Dimensional Figures Lesson 11.4:  Three Dimensional Figures Lesson 11.5:  Volumes of Prisms and Cylinders Lesson 11.5:  Volumes of Prisms and Cylinders Lesson 11.6:  Volumes of Pyramids Lesson 11.6:  Volumes of Pyramids Lesson 11.7:  Surface Areas and Volumes of Cones Lesson 11.7:  Surface Areas and Volumes of Cones Lesson 11.8:  Surface Areas and Volumes of Spheres Lesson 11.8:  Surface Areas and Volumes of Spheres Checkpoint opportunity •Coming soon: Checkpoint: Use shapes to model objects •Coming soon: Checkpoint: Geometric design Checkpoint opportunity •Coming soon: Checkpoint: Use shapes to model objects •Coming soon: Checkpoint: Geometric design
 12 Chapter 12 Probability Lesson 12.1:  Sample Spaces and Probability Lesson 12.1:  Sample Spaces and Probability Lesson 12.2:  Independent and Dependent Events Lesson 12.2:  Independent and Dependent Events Lesson 12.3:  Two-Way Tables and Probability Lesson 12.3:  Two-Way Tables and Probability Lesson 12.4:  Probability of Disjoint and Overlapping Events Lesson 12.4:  Probability of Disjoint and Overlapping Events Lesson 12.5:  Permutations and Combinations Lesson 12.5:  Permutations and Combinations Lesson 12.6:  Binomial Distributions Lesson 12.6:  Binomial Distributions Checkpoint opportunity •Coming soon: Checkpoint: Understand independence and conditional probability Checkpoint opportunity •Coming soon: Checkpoint: Understand independence and conditional probability
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