# Math Homework Answers: How to Solve Geometry Assignments by Yourself

Math is a great subject. It’s built on laws and rules and if you stick to them you’ll always get your answer out. If you don’t stick to them, you’ll go wrong. So why not stick to our rules and you’ll find you can solve that geometry in no time:

• Learn the Basics
• Learn the Symbols
• Learn the Laws
• Learn the Formulas

• Learn the Basics
• When it comes to math, you have to know your basics first. What are you working with? Is it a trapezoid or a rectangle? Is it a circle or an oval? The rest of your answers will rely on what shape you have, so know your basics.

• Learn the Symbols
• Math tends to rely less on numbers and more on symbols. As you get better at it, you’ll end up using less and less numbers until eventually the idea of a number frightens you. But for now, you have a lot of symbols to get to know. These symbols will make your math life a hell of a lot easier. A few examples would be your radius is represented by r, your Circumference by C, xis what you are typically looking for. These little symbols are all over the place, but they are consistent too. Once you know the, you know them.

• Learn the Laws
• Math has a lot of laws. For example, your radius is always half your diameter. pi, the ratio between the circumference of a circle and its diameter, always has a value of 3.14~. You need to know these things, as these little rules slot into place later and they make finding answers all the easier.

• Learn the Formulas
• Once you have all your values, you know what you are working with and you’ve been given a few knowns, then you can work out your unknowns by slotting that information into formulas. For example, you need to find C. You have your pi, 3.14. And you have r, let’s say r is equal to 10. To get C, all you have to do is slot your numbers into the formula: C = 2(pi)r. This formula is a constant and you can change it around too. If you have C and pi but you don’t have r you can put it into the formula C / 2(pi) = r. And in Geometry, every shape has its own formulas, which help you to discover the necessary elements. So learn your formulas and you’ll be fine.