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Angles of Elevation and Depression
Area and Circumference
Basic Trig
Calculators
Circle Terminology
Circles
Classifying Quadrilaterals
Cones
Cylinders
Exterior Angles
Find the area of a Sector
Finding Arc Length and Measure
Finding Central and Inscribed Angle Measurements
Finding Lateral Area
Finding Surface Areas
Finding Surface Areas 2
Finding Volume
Geometric Mean
How to Represent 3D objects
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Finding Volume
Volume= Length x Width x Height (or depth)
Cube
V = a3, in which
a
is the length of one of the sides.
Rectangular Prism
V = abc, in which
a
is the length,
b
is the width, and
c
is the depth.
Sphere
V = (4
π
r3)/3, in which
π
is about 3.1416 and
r
is the radius.
Cylinder
V =
π
r2h, in which
π
is about 3.1416,
r
is the radius of the base, and
h
is the height.
Cone
V = (
π
r2h)/3, in which
π
is about 3.1416,
r
is the radius of the base, and
h
is the height.
Pyramid
V = (Ah)/3, in which
A
is the area of the base and
h
is the height.
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Volume= Length x Width x Height (or depth)
Cube
Rectangular Prism
Sphere
Cylinder
Cone
Pyramid