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“Geometry levels the playing field between kids who have tutors and kids who don’t.” 
Questions and Answers about GeometryQuestion: My daughter was always good in math. But the first report card came home this year and she has a C in Geometry. What's going on? What can I do to help her? Answer: Geometry is half new language and half mathematics. Also, a new way of thinking is required. It can be quite a handful for a teenager. We will answer the question in parts: The Language Part — Textbooks give a symbol, definition, naming convention, theorem or postulate one time and expect the student to recognize it and understand how to use it for the rest of the school year. Tutor in a Book's Geometry presents the new information, explains it, illustrates it, repeats it, and gives visual memory helpers to aid the student's retention of the information. 

information is used in a proof or problem, is clearly stated. This ensures that the student understands what it is that he or she is being asked to do in each particular problem.
provided so that student's can more easily study and prepare for exams. 

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review and as a reference, Tutor in a Book's Geometry includes
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each new geometry topic is introduced, Tutor in a Book's Geometry Exercises
are then given for the student to practice and reinforce the concept
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each new fact is introduced, Tutor in a Book's Geometry, clearly
states Many
facts (definitions, theorems, postulates) are supposed to prompt Explanations
and illustrations are designed to help the student understand Related
facts are combined in graphical organizers that include examples

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