**EIP Mathayom Course Description**

First Semester

Subject: Mathematics 3 Department: Math

Grade: Mathayom 2 Course Code: MA22101

Periods: 3 Credit: 1.5

Basic Mathematics (MA22101)

1. To find distances between points and midpoints of line segments

2. To identify angle relationships

3. To find perimeters, areas, surface areas and volumes

4. To name and draw figures that have been reflected, translated, rotated, or dilated

5. To recognize and draw compositions of transformations

6. To identify symmetry in two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures

7. To learn about special segments and points related to triangles

8. To learn about relationships between the sides and angles of triangles

9. To learn to write indirect proofs

EIP Mathayom Course Outline Second Semester

Geometry John A. Carter, Ph.D. et al Glencoe

ISBN: 978-0-07-903994-1

1.1 Points, Lines, and Planes

1.2 Line Segments and Distance

1.3 Locating Points and Midpoints

1.4 Angle Measure

1.5 Angle Relationships

1.6 Two-Dimensional Figures

1.7 Transformations in the Plane

1.8 Three-Dimensional Figures

1.9 Two-Dimensional Representations of Three-Dimensional Figures

1.10 Precision and Accuracy

3.1 Reflections

3.2 Translations

3.3 Rotations

3.4 Composition of Transformations

3.5 Symmetry

5.1 Bisectors of Triangles

5.2 Medians and Altitudes of Triangles

5.3 Inequalities in One Triangle

5.4 Indirect Proof

5.5 The Triangle Inequality

5.6 Inequalities in Two Triangles

First Semester

Subject: Mathematics 3 Department: Math

Grade: Mathayom 2 Course Code: MA22101

Periods: 3 Credit: 1.5

__Course Description:__Basic Mathematics (MA22101)

*–*Mathematics 4 will cover the following concepts:*Tools of Geometry*which includes the topics: Points, Lines, and Planes, Line Segments and Distance, Locating Points and Midpoints, Angle Measure, Angle Relationships, Two-Dimensional Figures, Transformations in the Plane, Three-Dimensional Figures, Two-Dimensional Representations of Three-Dimensional Figures, and Precision and Accuracy.*Rigid Transformations and Symmetry*which includes the topics: Reflections, Translations, Rotations, Composition of Transformations, and Symmetry.*Relationships in Triangles*which includes the topics: Bisectors of Triangles, Medians and Altitudes of Triangles, Inequalities in One Triangle, Indirect Proof, The Triangle Inequality, and Inequalities in Two Triangles.__Course Objectives:__1. To find distances between points and midpoints of line segments

2. To identify angle relationships

3. To find perimeters, areas, surface areas and volumes

4. To name and draw figures that have been reflected, translated, rotated, or dilated

5. To recognize and draw compositions of transformations

6. To identify symmetry in two-dimensional and three-dimensional figures

7. To learn about special segments and points related to triangles

8. To learn about relationships between the sides and angles of triangles

9. To learn to write indirect proofs

EIP Mathayom Course Outline Second Semester

Geometry John A. Carter, Ph.D. et al Glencoe

ISBN: 978-0-07-903994-1

*Chapter 1 - Tools of Geometry (pages 2 - 107)*1.1 Points, Lines, and Planes

1.2 Line Segments and Distance

1.3 Locating Points and Midpoints

1.4 Angle Measure

1.5 Angle Relationships

1.6 Two-Dimensional Figures

1.7 Transformations in the Plane

1.8 Three-Dimensional Figures

1.9 Two-Dimensional Representations of Three-Dimensional Figures

1.10 Precision and Accuracy

*Chapter 3 – Rigid Transformations and Symmetry**(pages 216 - 277)*3.1 Reflections

3.2 Translations

3.3 Rotations

3.4 Composition of Transformations

3.5 Symmetry

*Chapter 5 – Relationships in Triangles**(pages 350 - 419)*5.1 Bisectors of Triangles

5.2 Medians and Altitudes of Triangles

5.3 Inequalities in One Triangle

5.4 Indirect Proof

5.5 The Triangle Inequality

5.6 Inequalities in Two Triangles