iShortcut Geometry Vol. 2: Triangles by Krishan Jhunjhnuwala

iShortcut Geometry Vol. 2: Triangles

By Krishan Jhunjhnuwala

  • Release Date: 2012-07-01
  • Genre: Geometry
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Description

All too often students memorize concepts without fully understanding how they work. This method of learning is often frustrating and unsatisfying. IShortcut is different.
IShortcut simplifies fundamental concepts in Geometry by providing a range of interactive diagrams, illustrations, and figures. After each lesson, test your knowledge with review questions. 

Don’t struggle reading lengthy explanations. Learn by engaging with interactive diagrams. Each diagram gives you the ability to manipulate visuals. As you transform the visual, you can see how variables, and triangles change. After using this system, you’ll have a strong understanding of these essential concepts. Try the sample and see the difference!

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then an interactive diagram is worth a thousand pictures. Don’t waste time trying to visualize the concept in your head. Simply engage with this system and master geometry. 

The book is separated into five sections and a appendix:
1) Types
What is  a Triangle
Sum of angles in a Triangle
Exterior Angle Theorem
Angle to Length Relationship
Triangle Classification

2) Pythagorean and Inequality Theorem
Pythagorean Theorem
3-4-5 Triangle
5-12-13 Triangle
45-45-90 Triangle
30-60-90 Triangle
Inequality Theorem
Inequality Theorem (Negative)

3 ) Area and Perimeter
  Perimeter of Triangle
Basic Area of Triangle 
Area of Equilateral Triangle
Heron's Formula

4) Similarity
Ratio of Sides of Triangle
Formula for Ratio of Area of Triangle

5) Using Algebra
Sum of Angles
Using Pythagorean
Using Exterior Angle Theorem

6) Appendix
Exponent
Square Roots

This is the second volume of a five volume series on Geometry. 
a) Lines and Angles
  b) Triangles
c) Polygons
d) Circles
e) Cylinders, Cones, and Spheres

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