The class Geometry: Lines and Angles discusses the basic building blocks of all geometry: the line and the angle. Every print used in manufacturing is composed of lines and angles which must be interpreted to manufacture the depicted part. Though part geometry can be incredibly complex, all geometric prints can be broken down into simpler lines and angles. The relationships between the various angles formed when lines intersect can be used to solve geometry problems and interpret blueprints. An understanding of lines and angles is fundamental to learning and applying geometry as well as trigonometry and calculus. After taking this class, users should have a grasp on the types of lines and angles used in geometry, the angles that are formed by intersecting lines, and tranversals. An understanding of the basics of geometry is necessary in various fields including inspection, part program applications, and other important areas of manufacturing.

#### Other Courses in this Program:

Math Fundamentals 101120010 Math: Fractions and Decimals 111

120015 Units of Measurement 112

120020 Algebra Fundamentals 141

120050 Geometry: Triangles 161

120063 Geometry: Circles and Polygons 171

120065 Trigonometry: The Pythagorean Theorem 201

120070 Trigonometry: Sine, Cosine, Tangent 211

120073 Statistics 231

120080

#### Course ID

120060

#### Skill Focus

Beginner

#### Instructor(s)

ToolingU

#### Employee Type

#### Method of Delivery

Online

#### Estimated Effort

60