The course is designed to follow 211 Algebra I or 220 Algebra I. Instruction focuses on the topics of Euclidean geometry including parallel and perpendicular lines, properties of polygons, congruent triangles, similar triangles, circles, volume and area of solids, and coordinate geometry. More emphasis is placed on informal proofs and numerical and algebraic applications rather than theoretical applications of theorems. Students are expected to apply concepts to real life situations. A calculator is required. The math faculty recommends the TI 34 Series calculator.