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Geometry Test

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What is the formula for the Volume of a Rectangular Prism / Cube? V= LWH
What is the formula for the Volume of a Triangular Prism? V=(bh÷2)H
What is the formula for the Volume of a Cylinder? V=πr^2H
What is the formula for the Volume of a Cone? V=(πr^2H)÷3
What is the formula for the Volume of a Sphere? V= 4/3πr^3
What are Parallel Lines? Lines that never intersect
What are Exterior Angles? Angles on the outside of the Parallel Lines
What are Interior Angles? Angles on the inside of the Parallel Lines
What are Alternate Exterior Angles? Angles on the outside of the Parallel Lines and on opposite sides of the Transversal Line
What are Alternate Interior Angles? Angles on the inside of the Parallel Lines and on opposite sides of the Transversal Line
What are Corresponding Angles? Angles that are in the position when translated
What are Vertical Angles? Angles that are opposite or across from each other at an intersection
What are Supplementary Angles? Angles that add up to 180°
What are Complementary Angles? Angles that add up to 90°
What are Adjacent Angles? Angles that share a ray
Created by: AMaggi22