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 07-28-2007 #1 soccerkid18693 Guest   Posts: n/a Going into ninth grade geometry, need help with study tips? I can never remember formulas.... other than sheer memorizations...
 07-28-2007 #2 April W Guest   Posts: n/a Try to figure out WHY the formula works. Try to understand what you're doing that makes it work. Other than that, just keep working with the formula in different situations and pratcice, practice, practice.
 07-28-2007 #3 lodiva1bw Guest   Posts: n/a I had geometry this past year. Get ready for a BAD experience if u luved Algebra. (Like me!) I HATED geo, but there aren't many formulas to remember. Its more PROOFS, (U'll learn what they r when u get there!) but for the things u do learn, you will need to memorize THEOREMS and DEFINITIONS. U should make flash cards, and make sure that even if you don't have any homework, you study bc it will help u memorize, and u will do much better on tests. Hope this helps, and GOOD LUCK!! =)
 07-28-2007 #4 fire_fly306 Guest   Posts: n/a Try makeing studying more fun like study with a friend or a couple. Hold a study party! Or put the geometry into terms that you are familar with, like soccer! Flash cards always make things e-z-er, study a couple formulas per night and then before you know it you will know the formula for finding the circumference of a circle (3.14 X the diameter).

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