# Help with high school geometry problems, with detailed answers

Welcome to Geometry Help! I’m Ido Sarig, a high-tech executive with a BSc degree in Computer Engineering and an MBA degree in Management of Technology.

I’m here to tell you that geometry doesn’t have to be so hard! My goal with this website is to help you develop a better way to approach and solve geometry problems, even if spatial awareness is not your strongest quality.

If you are having difficulty with your high school geometry homework, or find that while you do OK in class you struggle with quiz and test questions that you’ve never seen before, or if you simply want to improve your geometry problem solving skills – you’ve come to the right place.

Here you will learn how to approach a textbook or test geometry problem, and how to identify the hints given in the question to guide you toward the right approach to solving it. Step-by-step, you will work through an extensive set of geometry problems and answers, and develop a better ‘feel’ for solving similar problems on your own.

## Ready to improve your geometry skills?

Start practicing solving geometry problems with our easy answers, examples and tips.

## What people are saying

Your easy geometry tutorials really helped me visualize what the geometry objects look like.

## Ali

Boston, MAI never knew how to start solving geometry problems. This site really helped me identify the clues given in the problems and the right approach to using them.

## Liam

Houston, TXClearly explaining the geometry fundamentals first makes it easy to solve more complex problems down the road.

## Alex

San Francisco, CAContact me today

## Can I email you?

Can’t find the answer to a specific geometry problem? Ask! You can reach me on my contact page or by emailing GeometryHelpBlog@gmail.com. I’m sorry that I can’t respond to all emails. But if I get several requests for a specific geometry answer, I’ll try my best to include it here.

## How can you help me?

I’m a high-tech executive with a Computer Engineering degree. To help pay for my college education, I used to tutor high school kids in geometry. I found students were often intimidated by this subject, so I’ve developed ways to make it easier to understand.

## Why is geometry so hard?

It’s hard for people who approach math problems arithmetically rather than visually. But with practice, anyone can improve their spatial perception and get better at finding geometry answers, even to complex problems.