# Study sets matching "honors geometry formulas"

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Lateral Area of Prism and Cylinder

Total Area of a Prism and Cylinder

volume of prism and cylinder

Lateral Area of Pyramid and Cone

Ph (perimeter x height)

LA + 2B (Perimeter times Height + two times area of the base)

Bh (area of the base times height)

1/2Pl (half of perimeter times slant height)

Lateral Area of Prism and Cylinder

Ph (perimeter x height)

Total Area of a Prism and Cylinder

LA + 2B (Perimeter times Height + two times area of the base)

Rectangle

Rectangle

Square

Square

This formula is used to calculate the area of what?

This formula is used to calculate the area of what?

This formula is used to calculate the area of what?

This formula is used to calculate the area of what?

Rectangle

This formula is used to calculate the area of what?

Rectangle

This formula is used to calculate the area of what?

Pyramid

Regular Triangle

Cone Area

Cylinder Area

- Only one base... - Regular pyramid has a regular polygon as a b…

Equilateral Triangle

Lateral Area= ½ Cl or πrl... l= Slant height... Total Area= L.A.+ A…

L.A= Ch or 2πrh... T.A= L.A + 2A of bases

Pyramid

- Only one base... - Regular pyramid has a regular polygon as a b…

Regular Triangle

Equilateral Triangle

Sum of all angles in polygon

1 angle in a regular polygon

Apothem

Area of a Regular Polygon

180(n-2)

[180(n-2)]/n

tangent of x degrees=opposite/adjacent... *opposite is apothem... *x…

(1/2)(p)(a)... *p is perimeter of base... *lower case a is apothem

Sum of all angles in polygon

180(n-2)

1 angle in a regular polygon

[180(n-2)]/n

Lateral Area of Prism and Cylinder

Total Area of a Prism and Cylinder

Volume of Prism and Cylinder

Lateral Area of Pyramid and Cone

Ph (perimeter x height)

LA + 2B (Perimeter times Height + two times area of the base)

Bh (area of the base times height)

1/2Pl (half of perimeter times slant height)

Lateral Area of Prism and Cylinder

Ph (perimeter x height)

Total Area of a Prism and Cylinder

LA + 2B (Perimeter times Height + two times area of the base)