Fifth Ed. - Geometry
The Geometry Guide equips you with powerful tools to grasp and solve every geometry problem tested on the GMAT. It covers not only fundamental geometric principles and techniques but also nuanced strategies for tackling tricky questions involving polygons, the coordinate plane, and many other topics.
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6 Computer Adaptive Practice Exams
Manhattan GMAT’s Computer Adaptive Exams adapt to your ability level and draw from a bank of more than 1200 unique questions of varying difficulty written by Manhattan GMAT's expert Instructors. Questions reflect the most up-to-date GMAT content, including the new Integrated Reasoning section.
Geometry Online Question Bank
All questions included in this bank (25 total) draw from the subject of Geometry and are written by Manhattan GMAT's expert Instructors. All Manhattan GMAT question banks include questions of varying difficulty levels.
Chapter by Chapter
Quadrilaterals: An Overview; Polygons and Interior Angles; Polygons and Perimeter; Polygons and Area; 3 Dimensions: Surface Area; 3 Dimensions: Volume
Triangles & Diagonals
The Angles of a Triangle; The Sides of a Triangle; The Pythagorean Theorem; Common Right Triangles; Isosceles Triangles and the 45-45-90 Triangle; Equilateral Triangles and the 30-60-90 Triangles; Diagonals of Other Polygons; Similar Triangles; Triangles and Area, Revisited
Circles & Cylinders
Radius, Diameter, Circumference, and Area; Revolution = Circumference; Circumference and Arc Length; Perimeter of a Sector; Area of a Circle; Area of a Sector; Inscribed vs. Central Angles; Inscribed Triangles; Cylinders and Surface Area; Cylinders and Volume
Lines & Angles
Intersecting Lines; Exterior Angles of a Triangle; Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal
The Slope of a Line; The 4 Types of Slopes; The Intercepts of a Line; Slope-Intercept Equation: y=mx+b; Horizontal and Vertical Lines; Step by Step: From 2 Points to a Line; The Distance Between 2 Points; Positive and Negative Quadrants
Data Sufficiency Basics; What Does “Sufficient” Mean?; The DS Process; Putting It All Together; Putting It All Together (Again); Know Your Relationships; Principles of Geometry; General Geometry Approach; Shapes in Shapes; Inscribed Triangles; Represent Angles with Variables; Unspecified Amounts
Maximum Area of Polygons; Function Graphs and Quadratics; Perpendicular Bisectors; The Intersection of Two Lines
Appendix A: Official Guide Problem Sets
Official Guide Problem Sets; Problem Solving set; Data Sufficiency Set
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