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Could anyone point me towards some good supplements for self studying geometry? I just finished trigonometry, and I'm starting calculus, and algebra/trig based physics in a few weeks once fall courses start. However, I've never taken a geometry course before, and I feel like that is going to be a major gap in my math education. I've done a decent amount of self study of it, and I'm fairly comfortable with the more common measurement formulas. I feel like I should spend some more time on it, learning how to write proofs, do constructions, etc.

I've got a textbook, https://www.amazon.com/dp/0395977274/?tag=pfamazon01-20&tag=pfamazon01-20 , as well as the accompanying study guide/workbook, and solutions manual.

Could someone point me towards some good supplemental online material? I've watched basically every geometry video on Khan Academy, and they've been helpful, but there is a lot of material that isn't covered there, namely proof writing.

Any help would be much appreciated. :)

Could anyone point me towards some good supplements for self studying geometry? I just finished trigonometry, and I'm starting calculus, and algebra/trig based physics in a few weeks once fall courses start. However, I've never taken a geometry course before, and I feel like that is going to be a major gap in my math education. I've done a decent amount of self study of it, and I'm fairly comfortable with the more common measurement formulas. I feel like I should spend some more time on it, learning how to write proofs, do constructions, etc.

I've got a textbook, https://www.amazon.com/dp/0395977274/?tag=pfamazon01-20&tag=pfamazon01-20 , as well as the accompanying study guide/workbook, and solutions manual.

Could someone point me towards some good supplemental online material? I've watched basically every geometry video on Khan Academy, and they've been helpful, but there is a lot of material that isn't covered there, namely proof writing.

Any help would be much appreciated. :)

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