A high school geometry curriculum will include multiple objectives for students. By the end of tenth grade students should have a grasp on geometric transformations, right triangle relationships and trigonometry, applications of probability and more.
Additional objectives for high school geometry include:
- Applying the protractor postulate and angle addition postulate to calculate angle measures.
- Constructing parallel and perpendicular lines.
- Determining unknown measures of congruent figures.
- Solving real-world problems involving special right triangles.
- Applying properties of parallelograms to solve problems.
- Determining the radian measure of a central angle.
· Calculating probabilities using the addition rule.