Geometry A is the first part of a two-credit geometry course. Geometry B is the second part. Students who successfully complete Geometry A & Geometry B will meet the Geometry requirement for graduation. This course will help students develop communication skills, enhance reasoning, and make connections within mathematics to other disciplines and the real world. In this course, students are engaged in problematic situations in which they form conjectures, determine the validity of these conjectures, and defend their conclusions to classmates. Students will use physical models and appropriate technology throughout this course in their investigations.