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1.
Surface Area of a Cone: SA = 1/2 ** (Circumference) ** (Slant Height) + (Area of Circle)

2.
Surface Area of a Cylinder: SA = 2 ** (Pi ** Radius ^2) + (Circumference) * (Height of Shape)

3.
Surface Area of a Rectangular Prism: SA = 2 ** (Length ** Width) + (Perimeter of Base) (Height of Shape)

4.
Surface Area of a Regular Pyramid: SA = 1/2 ** (Perimeter of Base) ** (Slant Height) + (Area of Base)

5.
Surface Area of a Sphere: SA = 4 ** Pi ** Radius ^2

6.
Surface Area of a Triangular Prism: SA = (Base * Height) + (Perimeter of Base) (Height of Shape)

7.
Volume of a Cone: V = (1/3) (Pi * Radius ^2) (Height of Shape)

8.
Volume of a Cylinder: V = (Pi * Radius ^2) (Height of Shape)

9.
Volume of a Rectangular Prism: V = (Length * Width) ( Height of Shape)

10.
Volume of a Rectangular Pyramid: V = (1/3) (Length * Width) (Height of Shape)

11.
Volume of a Sphere: V = (4/3) (Pi * Radius ^3)

12.
Volume of a Triangular Prism: V = (1/2 ** Base ** Height) (Height of Shape)

13.
Volume of a Triangular Pyramid: V = (1/3) (1/2 ** Base ** Height) (Height of Shape)

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