(Ages 12 and up, 52 pages) The intrinsic value for math is “learning to think and self-govern using correct principles.”
student workbook contains 34 principles of geometry, and an
introduction explains the many uses of geometry in occupations and jobs.
Students learn the basics of geometrical shapes, as well as how to
figure the area, perimeter, radius, diameter, circumference, etc. of
flat objects. Degrees of various lines are explained, including
different types of angles and how to figure composite geometric figures.
Principles also cover square units, cubic unites, square roots, the
Pythagorean Theorem, and congruent objects. Several reviews and answer keys challenge the student’s knowledge throughout the book.
method is different from other math books because students are expected
to create and solve their own math problems. They can go as deep and
difficult as they wish in order to challenge their understanding and
knowledge of the use of geometry.