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IMPORTANT! From Chapter 11, KNOW area formulas for: Triangles Rectangles Trapezoids Hexagons
Name the parts: (Right Rectangular Prism)
1- lateral edge (height) 2- lateral face (side) 3- base (top/bottom)
RIGHT PRISM: SA = ( ____ )( ____ ) + 2( ____ )
SA = ph + 2B base perimeter height Base Area
RIGHT PRISM: Volume = ( ____ )( ____ )
V = Bh Base Area height
RIGHT CYLINDER: SA = 2( __ )( __ )( __ ) + 2( __ )( __)
SA = 2πrh + 2πr 2
RIGHT CYLINDER: V = ( ____ )( ____ )( ____ )
V = πr 2 h
Complete: SAV Prismsph + 2BBh Cylinders
SAV Prismsph + 2BBh Cylinders 2πrh + 2πr 2 πr 2 h
Name the parts: 1 (Square Pyramid)
1- lateral edge 2- slant height (l) 3- apothem 4- height (h) 5- base edge
PYRAMID: SA = ½ ( ___ )( ___ ) + ( ___ )
SA = ½ pl + B base perimeter base Area
PYRAMID: V = ( ____ )( ____ )
V = Bh Base Area
Name the parts: 1 2 3
1- height (h) 2- radius (r) 3- slant height (l)
CONES: SA = ( __ )( __ )( __ ) + ( __ )( __ )
SA = π r l + π r 2
CONES: V = 1/3 ( ___ )( ___ )( ___ )
V = 1/3 π r 2 h volume of a cylinder
Complete the chart: Surface AreaVolume Pyramids ½ pl + BBhBh Cones
Surface AreaVolume Pyramids ½ pl + BB h Cones ½ (2 π r) l + π r 2 or π r l + π r 2 π r 2 h
SPHERES: Area = ( ___ )( ___ )( ___ )
A = 4 π r 2 Area of a circle
SPHERE: V = ( ___ )( ___ )( ___ )
V = π r 3
If r 3 = 8 then r = ____ If r 3 = 27 then r = ____ If r 3 = 125 then r = ____
If r 3 = 8 then r = 2 If r 3 = 27 then r = 3 If r 3 = 125 then r = 5
Find the slope and y-intercept of the following line: 6x – 8y = 15
6x – 8y = 15 -8y = -6x+ 15 y = x + slope (3/4) y-intercept (-15/8)
Solve by factoring: x 2 – 3x – 10 = 0
x 2 – 3x – 10 = 0 (x – 5)(x + 2) = 0 x = 5, -2
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