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Area & Perimeter Area of a rectangle = Area of a triangle = Area of a parallelogram = Area of a trapezium =
Area & Perimeter Area of a rectangle = length x Breadth Area of a triangle = Area of a parallelogram = Area of a trapezium =
Area & Perimeter Area of a rectangle = length x Breadth Area of a triangle = ½ x base x perpendicular height. Area of a parallelogram = Area of a trapezium =
Area & Perimeter Area of a rectangle = length x Breadth Area of a triangle = ½ x base x perpendicular height. Area of a parallelogram = base x perpendicular height Area of a trapezium =
Area & Perimeter Area of a rectangle = length x Breadth Area of a triangle = ½ x base x perpendicular height. Area of a parallelogram = base x perpendicular height Area of a trapezium = ½(a + b)h
Area & Perimeter Area of a circle = Circumference of a circle =
Area & Perimeter Area of a circle = r 2 Circumference of a circle =
Area & Perimeter Area of a circle = r 2 Circumference of a circle = D or 2 r
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