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Grade 12 Euclidean geometry

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Euclidean Geometry Video Lessons

Throughout these Euclidean Geometry lessons students will gain a deeper understanding to answer any exam-type question on Ratio & Proportion, Polygons, Triangles, Similarity, Pythag and lastly working to solve riders involving all theorems from Grade 11 and Matric.

What Will You Learn?

  • Ratio & Proportion
  • Polygons
  • Triangles
  • Similarity
  • Pythag
  • Geometric shapes involving Axioms and Theorems
  • Solve riders involving all theorems from Grade 11 and Matric

Course Content

Ratio and Preportion
In this topic students will learn what ratios and proportions are and how to apply skills to exam type questions

  • Theorem 1 Line drawn parallel to one side
    03:43
  • The Midpoint Theorem
    03:40
  • The Midpoint Theorem Example
    06:34
  • Ratios and Diagrams
    02:05
  • Ratios and Diagrams Example
    03:30
  • Proportionality Example 1
    01:27
  • Proportionality Example 2
    02:49
  • Proportionality Exam Type Question
    15:47
  • Proportionality Exam Type Question 1
    08:13
  • Proportionality Exam Type Question 2
    06:08
  • Proportionality Exam Type Question 3
    05:14
  • Proportionality Exam Type Question 4
    04:19
  • Proportionality Exam Type Question 5
    02:40
  • Proportionality Exam Type Question 6
    05:35

Polygons
Take a look at methods of working with Polygons to answer all exam type questions

Triangles
In this topic, students will cover the proportionality of triangles including the proportion theorem, converse theorem and mid-point theorem

Similarity
Learn about similar polygons and similarity of triangles

Pythagorean Theorem
Learn what the Pythag Theorem is, how to identify it and answer all questions

Solve Riders Involving All Theorems from Grade 11 and Grade 12
Revise & learn how to solve riders involving all theorems from Grade 11 and Grade 12

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