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Deals with book MathThematics contains probability triangles areas volumes and

What is the equation you use when you have a rctangle with a square inside of it, and you want to find the probability that something you drop will land in the square or on the target? Landing on the target = Area of target / Area of total figure
What is the formula for finding the area of a trapezoid? 1/2h(b1+b2)
One cubic centimeter is equal to how much liquid and how much weight? 1 cubic cm = 1 mL= 1g
What is the formula for finding the volume of any prism? area of the base times the height
What do the measurements of the angles of a triangle add up to? 180 degrees
What do the angles of a quadrilateral add up to? 360 degrees
What is an acute triangle? A triangle with ALL acute angles
What is a right triangle? a triangle with one right angle
What is an obtuse triangle? A triangle with one obtuse angle
What is a scalene, equilateral, and isosceles triangle? Scalene: a triangle with all sides of different lengths Equilateral: A triangle with all sides of the same length Isosceles: A triangle with two sides of the same length, and one of a different length
Created by: geometryrules101