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1.
Arc length: X = Measure of interior angle

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Circumference of circle 360

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Circumference of circle 360

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Area of a circle: A=pi*(r^2)

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Area of a rectangle: A=l*w

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Area of a sector: X = Measure of interior angle

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Area of Circle 360

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Area of Circle 360

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Area of a trapezoid: A= (1/2)h*(a+b) where a is the length of the bottom base and b is the length of the top base.

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Area of a triangle: A= (1/2)b*h

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Area of parallelogram: A=b*h

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Circumference of a Circle: c=2**pi**r OR d*pi

9.
Convert 12.5% to a fraction: 1/8

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Convert 16.66% to a fraction: 1/6

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Convert 20% to a fraction: 1/5

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Convert 25% to a fraction: 1/4

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Convert 33.33% to a fraction: 1/3

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Convert 40% to a fraction: 2/5

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Convert 60% to a fraction: 3/5

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Convert 66.66% to a fraction: 2/3

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Convert 75% to a fraction: 3/4

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Convert 80% to a fraction: 4/5

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Convert 83.33% to a fraction: 5/6

20.
Find distance when given time and rate: d=rt so r= d/t and t=d/r

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Find hypotenuse of a right triangle given 2 side lengths: Pythagorean Theorem: h^2= (S1)^2 + (S2)^2

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First 10 prime #s: 2, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29

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How to find the average of consecutive #s: Take the average of the largest and smallest # in the set. (i.e. for the set of consecutive #s 5....172 would be (172+5)/(2)= 88.5)

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How to find the sum of consecutive #s: Sum= (Average of Consecutive #s) * (# of terms in set)

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How to recognize a # as a multiple of 3: The sum of the digits is a multiple of 3

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How to recognize a # as a multiple of 4: The last 2 digits are a multiple of 4. (i.e 144. 44 is a multiple of 4, so 144 must also be a multiple of 4.)

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How to recognize a # as a multiple of 9: The sum of the digits is a multiple of 9.

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How to recognize a multiple of 6: Sum of digits is a multiple of 3 and the last digit is even.

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How to recognize if a # is a multiple of 12: The sum of the digits it a multiple of 3 and the last two digits is a multiple of 4. (i.e 144: 1+4+4=9 which is a multiple of 3, and 44 is a multiple of 4, so 144 is a multiple of 12.)

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Perfect Squares 1-15: 1, 4, 9, 16, 25, 36, 49, 64, 81, 100, 121, 144, 169, 196, 225

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Perimeter of a rectangle: P= 2L + 2w

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Quadratic Formula: X= -b (+/-) Sqrroot [(b^2) -4ac)]

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2a

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Side lengths of a 30-60-90 right triangle: 1-sqrroot of 3-2

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Side lengths of a 45-45-90 right triangle: 1-1-sqrroot of 2

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Slope given 2 points: m= (Y1-Y2)/(X1-X2)

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Surface area of a rectangular solid: SA= 2( L**w + L**h + w*h)

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Surface area of a right circular cylinder: 2(pi**(r^2))+ 2**pi**r**h

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Surface area of a sphere: SA= 4**pi**(r^3)

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Volume of a rectangular box: V=L**w**h

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Volume of a right circular cylinder: pi**(r^2)**h

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Volume of a sphere: V=(4/3)**pi**(r^3)

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When asked to find the distance between 2 points on a graph use this formula...: Distance formula. Distance= Sqrareroot[((Xa-Xb)^2) + ((Ya-Yb)^2)]

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When dividing exponential #s with the same base, you do this to the exponents...: Subtract them. i.e (5^7)/(5^3)= 5^4

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When multiplying exponential #s with the same base, you do this to the exponents...: Add them. i.e. (5^7) * (5^3) = 5^10

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When solving an inequality, flip the sign when you....: divide or multiply both sides by a NEGATIVE number

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