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Area of Triangle 
A=1/2BH 


Area of Regular Polygon 
A=1/2•a•n•s 


Circumference 
C=πd=2πr 


Area of Circle 
A=πr^2 


Pythagorean Theorem 
a^2+b^2=c^2 


Volume of Prism 
V=BH 
B changes 

Volume of Cylinder 
V=(πr^2)h 


Volume of Cone 
V=1/3(πr^2)h 


Volume of Pyramid 
V=1/3BH 


Volume of Sphere 
V=4/3πr^3 


Surface Area of Cone 
A=πr^2+πrL 
L=slant height 

Surface Area of Sphere 
A=4πr^2 


Interior Angle Sum 
(n2)•180 


Exterior Angle Sum 
360 


Trig Ratio : Sine 
O/H 


Trig Ratio : Cosine 
A/H 


Trig Ratio : Tangent 
O/A 


Prove Triangles Congruent : SSS 
All side are congruent side are congruent 


Prove Triangles Congruent : SAS 
2 sides and the included angle are congruent 


Prove Triangles Congruent : AAS 
2 angles and nonincluded side are congruent 


Prove Triangles Congruent : ASA 
2 angles and the included side are congruent 


Prove Triangles Congruent : HL 
Hypotenuse and 1 leg are congruent 


Verticle Angles 
Opposite angles of intersecting lines are congruent 


Reflexive Property 
X=X 


Symmetric Property 
If a=b than b=a 


Scalene 
No congruent sides 


Isosceles 
2 congruent sides 


Equilateral 
All congruent sides 


Acute 
All angles less than 90° 


Right 
1 right angle 


Obtuse 
1 obtuse angle 


Equiangular 
3 congruent angles 


Complementary 
Sum to 90° 


Angle of Elevation 
Object above horizontal line 


Angle of Depression 
Object below horizontal line 


Regular 
All angles and all sides are congruent 


Properties of Quadrilaterals 
Follows all rules of parallelogram, rhombus, rectangle, and square 


Classify Quadrilaterals 
Quadrilateral  Parallelogram  Rhombus/Rectangle  Square 


Chord 
Segment whose endpoints are on a circle 


Diameter 
A chord that contains the center of the circle 


Radius 
1/2 the diameter 


Central Angle 
Angle whose vertex is the center of the circle 


Minor Arc 
Measure of the central angle 


Major Arc 
Difference of 360° and the measure of the minor arc 


Semicircle 
180° 
