In Geometry more than half the battle is using the correct formula and more importantly knowing the formula.I have put together a list of

Geometry formulas

Here is a list of all the formulas covered.

**Geometry formulas**I hope will help you in class. If you follow this link you can download the complete list in a word document.Geometry formulas

Here is a list of all the formulas covered.

Area of a Circle |

Area of Equilateral Triangle |

Area of n gon |

Area of a Parallelogram |

Area of a Rectangle |

Area of a Rhombus |

Area of a Square |

Area of a Trapezoid |

Area of a Triangle |

Base Area of Heptagon |

Base Area of Hexagon |

Base Area of Octagon |

Base Area of Parallelogram |

Base Area Pentagon |

Base Area Rectangle |

Base Area Square |

Base Area Trapezoid |

Base Area Triangle |

Circumference of a Circle |

Diagonals of N-gon |

Distance Formula |

Equation of a Circle |

45 45 90 Triangle Hypotenuse |

45 45 90 Triangle Legs |

Heron’s Formula |

Horizontal Line |

Lateral Area of Cone |

Lateral Area Cube |

Lateral Area Cylinder |

Lateral Area Prism |

Lateral Area Pyramid |

Lateral Area Rectangular Solid |

Lateral Area Right Cone |

Lateral Area Right Cylinder |

Lateral Area Right Prism |

Midpoint Formula |

Perimeter of a Parallelogram |

Perimeter of a Rectangle |

Perimeter n gon |

Perimeter of a Rhombus |

Perimeter of a Square |

Perimeter of a Trapezoid |

Perimeter of a Triangle |

Point Slope Form |

Slope |

Slope Intercept Form |

Surface Area of a Cone |

Surface Area of a Cube |

Surface Area of a Cylinder |

Surface Area of a Prism |

Surface Area of a Pyramid |

Surface Area of a Rectangular Prism |

Surface Area of a right Cone |

Surface Area of a Right Cylinder |

Surface Area of a Right Prism |

Surface Area of a Sphere |

30 60 90 Triangle short and long legs |

Vertical Line |

Volume of Cone |

Volume of Cube |

Volume of Cylinder |

Volume of Prism |

Volume of Pyramid |

Volume Rectangular Solid |

Volume Right Cone |

Volume Right Cylinder |

Volume Right Prism |

Volume of a Sphere |

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