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High School Geometry Worksheets

Geometry in high school lays the foundation for students so they can master concepts in higher math. It is one subject that becomes more practical for students as they progress, which is exciting for them! These worksheets have basic units from points, lines, segments, and area with a tool that allows the creation of customized worksheets. More complex, thought-provoking problems include logic, conic sections, and all aspects of coordinate geometry. Trigonometry is covered in succeeding levels to help students have clarity about a sometimes perplexing subject. They will be fully prepared for whatever future mathematics they pursue!

High School Geometry Worksheets


Geometry (elementary and middle school materials)
     Basic Geometry Units (elementary to middle school)



High School Geometry - Mixed Review

Mixed Geometry Review
     Mixed High School Level Geometry Review - (print multiple keys and select number of pages)

Weekly High School Geometry Materials
     This week's newest geometry questions



High School Geometry - Individual Units

Basics of Geometry
     Points, Lines, and Planes (part 1)
     Points, Lines, and Planes (part 2)
     Segments, Rays, and Distance
     Angles (part 1)
     Angles (part 2)
     Parallel Lines
     Angles of Triangles
     Angles of Polygons
     Quadrilaterals
     Basics of Geometry Mixed Review


Logic
     Conjunctions
     Disjunctions
     Conjunctions and Disjunctions
     Conditionals
     Conditionals with Conjunctions or Disjunctions
     Logic Review Mix
     Conjunctions [asks for Logic Table]
     Disjunctions [asks for Logic Table]
     Conjunctions and Disjunctions [asks for Logic Table]
     Conditionals [asks for Logic Table]
     Conditionals with Conjunctions or Disjunctions [asks for Logic Table]
     Logic Review Mix [asks for Logic Table]
     Fill in the Missing Values
     Tautologies and Contradictions
     Converse, Inverse, and Contradictions
     Converse, Inverse, and Contradictions [with conjunctions and disjunctions]
     Biconditionals
     Drawing Conclusions (good review)
     More Drawing Conclusions (good review)
     De Morgan's Law
     Laws of Reasoning


Perpendicular and Parallel Lines
     Lines and Angles
     Proving Parallel or Perpendicular
     Properties of Perpendicular and Parallel Lines
     Perpendicular and Parallel Lines Mixed Review


Congruent Triangles
     Triangles and Angles
     Congruence and Triangles
     Proving Triangles Congruent (SAS, ASA)
     Proving Triangles Congruent (AAS, SSS, HL)
     Proofs using Two Sets of Triangles
     Proving Triangles Congruent (Isosceles Triangles)
     Congruent Triangles Mixed Review


Properties of Triangles
     Perpendicular Bisectors, Medians, and Altitudes of a Triangle
     Incenter, Circumcenter, and Centroid of a Triangle
     Properties of Triangles Mixed Review


Quadrilaterals
     The Basics of a Polygon
     Proofs of Quadrilaterals
     Properties of Parallelograms
     Rhombuses, Rectangles, and Squares
     Quadrilaterals Mixed Review


Circles
     The Basics of a Circle
     Tangents to Circles
     Arcs and Angles
     Proofs Involving Arcs and Chords
     Circles Mixed Review


Right Triangles
     Similar Right Triangles
     The Pythagorean Theorem
     Special Right Triangles
     Right Triangles Mixed Review


Conic Sections
     Find the distance and midpoint between two points (no radicals)
     Find the distance and midpoint between two points (radicals)
     Using distance and midpoint formulas (no radicals)
     Using distance and midpoint formulas (radicals)
     Circles: Find the center, circumference, and area
     Parabolas: Write the equation of the parabola in standard form
     Parabolas: Find the focus and directrix (vertex is 0,0)
     Parabolas: Find the focus, vertex, and the directrix of the parabola
     Parabolas: Write the equation for the parabola that has the given characteristics
     Parabolas: Write a standard equation for each parabola
     Parabolas: Match the standard equations and graphs
     Parabolas: Match the equations and graphs
     Circles: Write the standard form of the equation of the circle with the given radius and center
     Circles: Write the standard equation, the center, and the radius for each circle
     Circles: Write the standard form of the equation of the circle with the given center C that passes through the given point Z.
     Circles: Write a standard equation for each circle
     Circles: Match the standard equations and graphs
     Circles: Match the equations and graphs
     Ellipses: Find the foci, vertices, and co-vertices of each ellipse
     Ellipses: Find the center, foci, vertices, and co-vertices of each ellipse
     Ellipses: Write the standard equation of each ellipse
     Ellipses: Use the information about the vertex, co-vertex, and focus to write a standard equation (center is 0,0)
     Ellipses: Use the information about the vertex, co-vertex, focus, and center to write a standard equation
     Ellipses: Write a standard equation for each ellipse
     Ellipses: Match the standard equations and graphs
     Ellipses: Match the equations and graphs
     Hyperbolas: Find the vertices, co-vertices, foci, and asymptotes of the hyperbola (center 0,0)
     Hyperbolas: Find the vertices, co-vertices, and foci of the hyperbola
     Hyperbolas: Write the equation in standard form
     Hyperbolas: Write the standard equation for the hyperbola with the given characteristics (center 0,0)
     Hyperbolas: Write the standard equation for the hyperbola with the given characteristics
     Classifying a Conic Section (in standard form)
     Classifying a Conic Section (not in standard form)
     Parabolas,Ellipses, and Circles: Write a standard equation
     Parabolas,Ellipses, and Circles: Match the standard equations and graphs
     Parabolas,Ellipses, and Circles: Match the equations and graphs
     Final Review of Conics


Coordinate Geometry
     State Quadrant for Points
     More State Quadrant for Points
     Graph the Line Segment
     Find Area of a Triangle [given 3 points]
     Find Area of Quadrilaterals
     Find Area of Trapezoids
     Review of Find Area
     Find the Slope of a Line [given 2 points]
     Determine if 2 lines are Parallel
     Write Equation for a Line [given m and b]
     Find the slope and y-intercept from an Equation
     Find an Equation [given m and a point on the line]
     Find an Equation [given two points on a line]
     Mixed Review: Find an Equation
     Graphing Linear Equations [using x- and y- intercepts method]
     Graphing Linear Equations [using slope intercept method]
     Graphing Linear Equations [using any method]
     Graphing Linear Equations [using any method]
     Solve 2 Equations Graphically [solutions are small whole numbers]
     Solve 2 Equations Algebraically
     Using Subtraction to Find Area
     Mixed: Find Area of Triangles, Parallelograms, Trapezoids, and Squares.
     Find the Midpoint (Given 2 Points)
     Find the Missing Point (Given a Midpoint and either A or B of Line AB)
     Distance: Find the Distance Between Two Points
     Distance: Between A and the Midpoint (Given Two Points)
     Determine if points ABCD are a Quadrilateral.
     Find the Slope and Length of a Line (Given Points A and B)
     Determine Whether Lines are Parallel or Perpendicular
     Given a Slope and Points, calculate the missing coordinate
     Determine if the Points are Collinear
     Given Collinear Points, Find Missing Coordinate
     Slope of Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
     Prove that a Triangle is a Right Triangle
     Prove that a Quadrilateral is a Parallelogram
     Prove that a Quadrilateral is a Rectangle
     Prove that a Quadrilateral is a Square
     Mixed from last 4 worksheets


Geometry: Comparing and Measuring Geometric Figures (Basics With Some Algebra)
     Properties of Parallel Lines
     Congruent Triangles: State Postulate
     Isosceles Triangles
     Isosceles Triangles (Find the value of x)
     Similar Triangles (Word Problems - Part 1)
     Similar Triangles (Word Problems - Part 2)
     Similar Triangles (With Graphics)
     Reflexive, Transitive, or Symmetric
     Find the value of x. (Angles and Graphics)
     Complementary and Supplementary Angles


Transformations in the Coordinate Plane
     Reflections in a Line
     Reflections in a Point
     Translations
     Dilations
     Mixed


Trigonometry
     Using a calculator (sin, cos, tan)
     Using a calculator (inverse functions)
     Find the tangent of one point
     Tangent: Find the value of x
     Find the sine of one point
     Sine: Find the value of x
     Find the cosine of one point
     Cosine: Find the value of x
     Mixed sine, cosine, and tangent
     Mixed: Find the value of x
     Fill in the missing angle
     Angles of rotation: Coterminal angles
     Angles of rotation: Reference angles
     Angles of rotation: Coterminal and reference angles
     The Law of Sines: Find one unknown
     The Law of Sines: Find all unknown sides and angles
     The Law of Cosines: Find one unknown
     The Law of Cosines: Find all unknown sides and angles
     Mixed review of the law of sines and cosines (one unknown)
     Mixed review of the law of sines and cosines (find all unknowns)
     Trigonometry Mixed Review


More Trigonometry
     Find the exact value of one trigonometric function given a point
     Find the exact value of six trigonometric functions given a point
     Gives quadrant and one trigonometric function
     Find the exact value for each trigonometric function
     Find the exact coordinates of a point on a circle
     Convert degrees to radians
     Convert radians to degrees
     Find the exact value for each trigonometric function (in radians)
     Convert each degree measure to exact radian measure
     Sum and difference identities
     Sum and difference identities: more difficult
     Mixed Review


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