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# QLC1

### Math

Question | Answer |
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Perimeter of Rectangle | P=2L+2W |

Quadrilateral | 4 sided polygon |

Pentagon | 5 sided polygon |

Hexagon | 6 sided polygon |

Triangle | 3 sided polygon |

Area of a triangle | 1/2 b x h |

Area of a rectangle | L*W |

Area of a parallelogram | b*h |

Area of a trapezoid | 1/2 (b1+b2)*h |

Area of a circle | 3.14*r^2 |

Planar figure | 1 or 2 dimensional |

Solid figure | 3 dimensional |

Volume of a rectangular solid | L*W*H |

Volume of a circular cylinder | 3.14*r^2*h |

Volume of a sphere | 4/3*3.14*r^3 |

Volume of a cone | 1/3*3.14*r^2*h |

Volume of a rectangular based pyramid | 1/3*b*h |

Complimentary angles | sum of all angles equals 90 degrees |

Supplementary angles | sum of all angles equals 180 degrees |

sin | opposite/hypotenuese opposite=length opposite of acute angle hypoteneuse= length of hypotenuese |

cos | adjacent/hypoteneuse adjacent=length of leg adjacent to acute angle hypoteneuse= length of hypoteneuse |

tan | opposite/adjacent opposite= length of leg opposite of acute angle adjacent= length of leg adjacent to acute angle |

1 yard | 36 inches |

1 foot | 12 inches |

1 mile | 5280 feet |

3 feet | 1 yard |

translations | slides across graph |

reflections | flips across the line |

rotations | turns around the graph |

2000 lbs | 1 ton |

1 quart | 2 pints |

1 pint | 16 ounces |

4 quarts | 1 gallon |

1 pint | 2 cups |

1 cup | 8 ounces |

natural numbers | 1, 2, 3 ect. Used for counting |

Whole numbers | 0, 1, 2, 3 ect. Natural numbers with the number 0 included |

Integers | consist of whole numbers plus opposite numbers (negatives) |

Rational Numbers | quotients of integers with non zero divisors (decimals, fractions, ect..) |

Irrational Numbers | points on a line that have no rational numbers (Pi, square root of 2, ect...) |

Logarithms | LOG (number that is not 10 in the equation) |

LogaB=c | value "a" is the base value "b" is the input value "C" is the solution |

Principle of zero products | set each factor to equal 0 |

d=rt | t=hours before contact is lost d=rt is distance driven by vehicle |