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# Volume&Surface Area

### Formulas for various measurements of geometric solids

Formula to calculate volume of any prism V=Bh Volume = Area of the base x height
The variable B in Volume and Surface Area formulas B = area of the base
Formula to calculate volume of a cylinder Volume = pi x radius squared x height
Formula to calculate volume of a pyramid V = 1/3Bh Volume = 1/3 Area of the base x height
Formula to calculate volume of a cone V = 1/3 pi x radius squared x height
Formula to calculate volume of a sphere V = 4/3 pi x radius cubed
Formula to calculate Surface Area of a prism S = 2B + Ph Surface Area = 2 x Area of the base + Perimeter of the base x height
Formula to calculate Surface Area of a pyramid S = B + 1/2P l Surface Area = Area of the base + 1/2 perimeter of the base x slant height
Formula to calculate Surface Area of a cone S = pi x radius squared + pi x radius x slant height
Formula to calculate Surface Area of a cylinder S = 2 x pi x radius squared + 2 x pi x radius x height
variable used to represent height h
variable used to represent slant height cursive l
variable used to represent length l
variable used to represent width w
how can you identify the base and height of a polygon the segments will intersect at a right angle
Formula used to calculate surface area of a sphere S = 4 x pi x radius squared
Formula used to calculate area of a triangle A = 1/2bh or A = 1/2lw
Formula used to calculate area of a parallelogram A = bh or A = lw
What is the difference between a parallelogram and a trapezoid A parallelogram has 2 pairs of parallel sides and a trapezoid has exactly 1 pair of parallel sides
Formula used to calculate area of a circle A = pi x radius squared
The difference between the variables b and B b = base & B = Area of the base
The flat surfaces of a 3-dimensional solid Faces
A line segment where two faces meet Edge
A point where two or more edges meet vertex
The plural form of the word vertex vertices