Geometrical relationships and the structures of logic are the two main themes of this course. The topics are explored in such a way that students discover and define the fundamental relationships as a class throughout the year. The basics of plane geometry and symmetry are covered, along with an introduction to the geometry of the solids and beginning trigonometry. Deductive and inductive reasoning are woven in throughout the topics, thus developing a system of logical thought that is intended to contribute, not only to other math and science courses, but to all areas of study.

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