Geometry

Geometry is the branch of math that deals with the lengths, areas and volumes of shapes. The geometry questions you will see on the GED math test will only look for a basic understanding of geometry, which, hopefully, you can acquire by viewing these pages!

More about the geometry you will need to know for the GED math test:
Angles
Complementary and Supplementary Angles
Bisectors
Vertical Angles
Perimeter
Area
Volume
Triangle Properties
Trigonometric Ratios

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11 comments

  1. nancy says:

    thank you so much this is helping me to understand the ged math so much bette,r this brakes it down so i can understand it so much better! thank you and bleesings.

  2. tatyana says:

    this is a very informative website but i think it would be better if you guys had practice questions along with the lessons that you guys have on your website.

  3. charlene says:

    how do you add angles ?

  4. CatreshaP says:

    Hi :) just got my score back!!!:):):) I passed the science section of the GED !!! Thanks to you ,& students out there for your unlimited encouragement !!!

  5. Jean Mason says:

    I NEED SOME HELP WITH THIS G.E.D TEST CAN ANYONE HELP ME

    • CatreshaP says:

      Hey :) I have a book you can take a look at also : Math Sense(the purple book) by New Readers Press ,on decimals,fractions,ratios,&percents. Very helpful (casio fx-260) is the calculator you,ll need for the GED math,&the book gives great examples also,but start from the first page,great book for studying,for the test. Also when you get the calculator dont throw the package away(the directions) on how to use it should be of help also.

  6. bailee says:

    You are literally a lifesaver! I am taking the math part of my GED tomorrow, I was doubting myself but now I am feeling confident! Thank you so much!!!!

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