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Prism: Lateral Area

Prism: Total Area

Prism: Volume

Pyramid: Lateral Area

perimeter of base * height

lateral area + 2(area of base)

area of base * height

½ perimeter * slant height--height of the lateral face

Prism: Lateral Area

perimeter of base * height

Prism: Total Area

lateral area + 2(area of base)

Lateral Face of Right Prism

What does big (B) stand for?

How do you find big (B)?

If Lateral Faces are rectangular than.…

faces that are not bases

B = Area of base

Use the regular area formula depending on what polygon

.......Than it is a right prism (oblique prism)

Lateral Face of Right Prism

faces that are not bases

What does big (B) stand for?

B = Area of base

Lateral Face of Right Prism

What does big (B) stand for?

How do you find big (B)?

If Lateral Faces are rectangular than.…

faces that are not bases

B = Area of base

Use the regular area formula depending on what polygon

.......Than it is a right prism (oblique prism)

Lateral Face of Right Prism

faces that are not bases

What does big (B) stand for?

B = Area of base

Prisms: 2 bases are always ___ and ____

Prisms: lateral area

Prisms: total area

Prisms: volume

parallel and congruent

sum of rectangular faces

Lateral area + 2 bases

(base area) x height

Prisms: 2 bases are always ___ and ____

parallel and congruent

Prisms: lateral area

sum of rectangular faces

nth term of an arithmetic series

sum of a finite arithmetic series

nth term of a geometric sequence

sum of n terms in a geometric sequence

an=a1+(n-1)d

Sn=n/2[2(a1)+(n-1)d]

an=a1(r)^n-1

Sn=a1-a1r^n/1-r

nth term of an arithmetic series

an=a1+(n-1)d

sum of a finite arithmetic series

Sn=n/2[2(a1)+(n-1)d]