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Geometry Smarts!

Series: Math Smarts!

By Lucille Caron and Philip M. St. Jacques

The basics of geometry—lines, angles, planes, rays—are a great beginning to this addition to the MATH SMARTS! series. Geometry, which means “earth measure” is used to measure anything on earth. No matter what size a rectangle is—whether it be a computer chip, an Olympic-sized swimming pool, or a city block—you can always find its area by multiplying length by width. Readers also learn about polygons, triangles, circles, congruent figures, symmetry, and cones, as well as areas, perimeters, circumferences, volumes, and more!

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<h2><a href="../Addition_and_Subtraction_Smarts/2378">Addition and Subtraction Smarts!</a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Algebra_I_and_Algebra_II_Smarts/2379">Algebra I and Algebra II Smarts!</a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Data_Graphing_and_Statistics_Smarts/2380">Data, Graphing, and Statistics Smarts!</a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Fraction_and_Decimal_Smarts/2381">Fraction and Decimal Smarts!</a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Multiplication_and_Division_Smarts/2383">Multiplication and Division Smarts!</a></h2>
<h2><a href="../Percent_and_Ratio_Smarts/2385">Percent and Ratio Smarts!</a></h2>


". . . a great resource for students, parents, and teachers."

Southern Maine Library District, September 19, 2012

". . . a great reference book for math teachers and students."

Arlington Independent School District, January 18, 2012

"It is organized so that it is very easy to read and the pictures help."

Richardson Independent School District, April 19, 2012

". . . simple and clearly written."

Infolink Book Evaluation Program, March 22, 2012

". . . the organization is clear, and helpful graphics and embedded definitions are plentiful. The level varies greatly, from simple word problems to complex statistics."

The Horn Book Guide, Spring 2012

"This well laid out and interesting volume presents major geometric concepts in a easy-to-understand format . . . a good book for reference and can be used by students as well as teachers in developing math concepts . . . A useful addition to math collections at the middle school level, but the clear concepts can also be used by high school students as well."

TriState Young Adult Book Review Committee, November 2011

"These books would be particularly useful for remediation or review . . . Clarity and ease of use are major strengths for these books, making them excellent supplemental resources for students in a wide range of grades and levels in math skills."

VOYA, February 2012

"This clearly written series provides definitions and examples of many concepts. The simple but effective explanations are consistent throughout all the books. The examples are realistic and appropriate for the target age group . . . The layout is appealing, and small cartoon characters encourage readers . . . [series] would best be used for reference, to provide students with another approach to a concept, or to help teachers."

School Library Journal, Fall 2011

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