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SQUARE CIRCLE

s = side r = radius, d = diameter

Area: A = s2 s Diameter: d = 2r b

Area: A = πr 2 d

Perimeter: P = 4s

Circumference: C = 2πr = πd r

s

RECTANGLE

l = length, w = width SECTOR OF CIRCLE

Area: A = lw w r = radius, θ = angle in radians s

Perimeter: P = 2l + 2w Area: A = 12 θr 2

Arc Length: s = θr θ

l r

TRIANGLE

b = base, h = height ELLIPSE

a c

h a = semimajor axis

Area: A = 12 bh b

b = semiminor axis b

Perimeter: P = a + b + c a

Area: A = πab

b

Circumference:

p

C ≈ π 3(a + b) − (a + 3b)(b + 3a)

EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE

s = side

s s

√

Height: h = 23 s

√ h

Area: A = 3 2 ANNULUS

4 s

s r = inner radius,

R = outer radius

Average Radius: ρ = 21 (r + R) b r

PARALLELOGRAM

Width: w = R − r

b = base, h = height, a = side R

Area: A = π(R2 − r 2 )

Area: A = bh h a or A = 2πρw

Perimeter: P = 2a + 2b

b

REGULAR POLYGON

TRAPEZOID a

s = side length, s

a, b = bases; h = height; n = number of sides

c, d = sides d b R

c h Circumradius: R = 12 s csc( πn )

Area: A = 21 (a + b)h Area: A = 41 ns2 cot( πn )

Perimeter:

P = a+b+c+d or A = 21 nR2 sin( 2π

n )

b

3D GEOMETRY FORMULAS

GENERAL CONE

CUBE OR PYRAMID

s = side s A = area of base, h = height h

Volume: V = s3 Volume: V = 13 Ah

Surface Area: S = 6s2 A

s

s

l = length, w = width, r = radius, h = height

h = height h h

Volume: V = 13 πr 2 h

Volume: V = lwh Surface√Area:

Surface Area: S = πr r 2 + h2 + πr 2 r

S = 2lw + 2lh + 2wh w

l

FRUSTUM OF A CONE

SPHERE

r = top radius, R = base radius, r

r = radius

r h = height, s = slant height

Volume: V = 43 πr 3 s

Volume: V = π3 (r 2 + rR + R2 )h

Surface Area: S = 4πr 2 h

Surface Area: R

S = πs(R + r) + πr 2 + πR2

RIGHT CIRCULAR r

SQUARE PYRAMID

CYLINDER

s = side, h = height

r = radius, h = height h

h Volume: V = 13 s2 h

Volume: V = πr 2 h

Surface Area:

Surface Area: S = 2πrh + 2πr 2 √

S = s(s + s2 + 4h2 ) s

s

R r

REGULAR TETRAHEDRON

TORUS

s = side s

r = tube radius, 1

√ 3

Volume: V = 12 2s

R = torus radius √

Volume: V = 2π 2 r 2 R Surface Area: S = 3s2

Surface Area: S = 4π 2 rR

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