# Geometry#franciscoulloa

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## Section

Question | Answer |
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What is Circumference? | C=πr C=πd Length= cm, m, in, ft, units |

Area of a square | A=S squared =LxW =BxH =units squared, cm squared, in squared,m squared, ft squared |

Area of a Rectangle | A=LxW =BxH units sq, cm sq, in sq, ft sq, m sq |

Area of a Triangle | A=1/2 BH (base + height have to meet @ 90* |

Area of a Parallelogram | A=BxH (base + height have to meet @ 90* units sq, cm sq, in sq, ft sq, m sq |

Area of a Trapezoid | A=1/2 H (B1+B2) B1+B2 have to be parallel (B+H have to meet @ 90*) |

Area of a circle | A=π r2 units2, cm2,m2,in2, ft2 |

Radius | Line segment from the edge of the circle to the center of the circle r=1/2d |

Diameter | Line segment from edge to edge through the center of the circle d=2r |

Complementary | 2 angles that when added equal 90* (sum) angle ABC + angle CBD=90* |

Supplementary Angles | 2 angles that when added equal 180* angle a + angle b=180* |

Adjacent angles | 2 angles that are next to each other thatshare a vertex angle x + angle z =180* |

Vertical angles | 2 angles that are oppisite share the same mearusement angle x= angle y |

Volume of a Cube | vol=LxWxH =5 triple units 3, cm 3, ft 3, cubic units |

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