Hey everyone, I was hoping to get some input on this question. I'm starting up an algebra based general physics sequence this fall, and I'm wondering how important basic geometry is going to be for it. I've never actually taken geometry, but I've done a decent amount of self study. I went back to school several years after high school. I never took geometry in high school, and in the interest of getting into calculus as quickly as possible, I self studied a little bit and placed out of geometry. I'm in trigonometry right now over summer sessions, and doing very well in it. Currently, I have about a 97% in the class, and I finished college algebra last semester with around a 96-97%. I'm starting calculus and algebra based physics in the fall, then going on to calc II and starting calc based physics in the spring. Should I spend the few weeks between the end of summer classes and the start of fall semester self studying more geometry? I'm fairly comfortable with most of the area/volume type calculations, and the basic properties of angles and lines are no problem...but as far as proof writing and more complex figures/constructions go...I'm a bit weak. Will a solid knowledge of basic geometry be that important right away? If so, is it something that I could more or less pick up along the way?