# Geometry Notes

In **Geometry Notes**, we have answered the classical and new generation questions that are highly likely to appear in exams. We did this with a clear and simple explanation without causing confusion. More importantly, it is among our aims to enable you to look at the problems from a broad perspective and to interpret them correctly.

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## Geometry Worksheets

In ABC isosceles triangle (| AB | = | AC |), [DE] perpendicular [AB], [DF] perpendicular [AC], m (BAC) = 30 °, | ED | = 3 cm, | DF | = 4 cm if; | AB | how many cm?

In an isosceles triangle, the sum of the posts lowered to equal sides from a point taken on the base is equal to a height belonging to the equal sides. (An isosceles triangle proof)

ABC equilateral triangle, if m (AFB) = 150 °, | FB | = 8 cm, | FC | = 17 cm; | AF | = how many cm is x?

ABC and DEC are triangles with integer sides, [AB] perpendicular [AC], | AD | = | DC |, | AB | = 5 cm, | EC | = 7 cm; How many cm is the largest integer value of | DE | = x?

ABC is a triangle, if m (BAD) = m (DAC) = 60 °, | AB | = 6 cm, | AD | = 4 cm; | DC | = how many cm is x?

ABC is a triangle, center of gravity G, [BA] perpendicular [AC], [GE] perpendicular [BC], if m (ACB) = 15 °, | GE | = 2 cm; | BC | how many cm?

ABC is an isosceles triangle shaped cardboard, [AH] perpendicular [BC], | AB | = | AC |, | AH | = 25 cm. When folded along [DE], corner A coincides with corner C. [DE] ∩ [AH Since] = {K}; | AK | how many cm?

ABC triangle, [AB] perpendicular [CD], [AC] perpendicular [BE], | BE | = 3 | EC |, | DC | = 2 | DB | if; How many degrees is m (BAC)?

Üçgen sorusunun diğer bir çözümü (Trigonometri ile çözüm)

ABC is a right triangle, KLMN is a square, [AB] perpendicular [AC], | AC | = 2 | AB |, | BN | = 10 cm; | BC | how many cm?

ABC is a triangle, [AD] perpendicular [DC], if m (BAD) = 30 °, | AB | = 4 cm, | CD | = 6 cm; | BE | / | EC | What is the rate?

ABC is a triangle, [AF] and [BF] bisector, [DE] parallel [AB], | AD | = 4 cm, | BE | = 5 cm, | AB | = 12 cm; How many cm is the circumference (DEC)?

If ABC is a triangle, [DF] parallel [AC], [EF] parallel [DC], | BE | = 4 cm, | AD | = 3 cm; | ED | = how many cm is x?

If ABC right triangle, [BD] and [CE] bisector, [AB] right [AC], | AD | = 2 cm, | DC | = 3 cm; | EC | = how many cm is x?

ABC is a right triangle, [AB] perpendicular [AC], [BD] ∩ [EC] = {G}, | BE | = 4 cm, | CD | = 5 cm, If Area (AEGD) = Area (GBC); What is the area of the triangle AED in cm²?

ABC is a right triangle, if [AB] perpendicular [AE], [AC] perpendicular [BC], [BD] ∩ [EC] = {G}, | BD | = 6 cm, | DE | = 4 cm; How many cm² is the area (ABE)?

ABC equilateral triangle, if m (CED) = 120 °, | ED | = | EC |, | DC | = 2 | BD |, | AB | = 6 root3 cm; What is the area of the triangle AEC in cm²?

In ABC triangle, if E perpendicular center, A, D, E, F is linear, [BD] perpendicular [DC], Area (BEC) = 8 cm², Area (ABC) = 18 cm²; How many cm² is the area (BDCE)?

ABC is a triangle, [DE] perpendicular [AB], [AC] perpendicular [BC], if m (CFA) = 80 °, m (CBA) = 40 °; How many degrees is m (DAC) = x?

Solution using quadrilateral of beams.

ABC is a triangle, [CE] perpendicular [AB], [BD] perpendicular [AC], if m (CFD) = 20 °, m (ACB) = 50 °; How many degrees is m (BAC) = x?

ABC is a triangle, if | DA | = | DC |, m (BAE) = 10 °, m (DCB) = 20 °, m (DEB) = 80 °; How many degrees is m (AED) = x?

ABC is a triangle, if | BD | = root2 cm, | DC | = 1 cm, m (ACB) = 22.5 °, m (CBA) = 15 °; How many degrees is m (DAC) = x?

ABCD rectangle, if m (AEF) = m (DEF), m (AEB) = m (BEC), | EF | = 6 cm, | EB | = 8 cm; | AF | = how many cm is x?

ABC square, if m (ALB) = 135 °, | AL | = 1 cm, | LB | = 2 cm; | LC | = how many cm is x?

If ABCD square, m (EAF) = m (FAD), | DF | = 5 cm, | AE | = 13 cm; | EB | = how many cm is x?

ABCD rectangular, [DE] perpendicular [CE], if m (DCA) = m (ACE), | CF | = 6 cm; | AD | how many cm?

Continuation of the solution to the rectangular question …

ABCD parallelogram, if [AC] diagonal, [EF] perpendicular [AF], | FE | = 6 cm, | AD | = 8 cm; What is the area of the triangle AEB in cm²?

ABCD is a parallelogram, if [DB] perpendicular [BC], m (AFE) = m (EFC), | DE | = | EB |, | FD | = 4 cm, | FC | = 13 cm; | BD | how many cm?

If CDEF is trapezoid, Area (CEDF) = 81 cm², Area (ODE) = 36 cm²; How many cm² is the area (COF)?

ABCD yamuk, [BA] dik [AC], [BD] dik [DC], |AB|=6 cm, |BC|=10 cm ise; |AD|=x kaç cm dir?

ABCD trapezoid, if [BA] perpendicular [AC], [BD] perpendicular [DC], | AB | = 6 cm, | BC | = 10 cm; | AD | = how many cm is x?

Another solution to the trapezoid problem.

ABC is a triangle, if | AB | = 8 units, | BC | = 6 units, | AC | = 4 units; What is the BA.AC scaler product?

In the orthogonal coordinate system A (0,1), B (3,4), [AB] perpendicular [BC], | AC | if; What is the BC.CA product?

Vectors continuation of the question solution …