This summer course will cover the same materials as a full-year of geometry core. The study of geometry concerns the discovery, understanding, and proof of plane and space relationships, based on the logical use of definitions, deductive reasoning, physical constructions, and/or computerized models. Course topics include logic and methods of reasoning, angle relationships, parallel and perpendicular lines, polygons, congruence, similarity, circles, right triangle trigonometry, volume, and area. Use of algebra is integral to this course. (Prerequisite: Algebra 1). GDS students will receive credit for this course pending successful completion of a midterm and final exam as well as a minimum final grade of 70% or higher. Students who miss more than 20% (6 days or 18 hours or more) of the class will receive an incomplete and must make arrangements with the department chair in order to complete the course.