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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
Created by: sbrady3



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