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The area of a rectangle equals its length times the width (base times the height). A = length x width = lw or A = base x height = bh Area of a Rectangle

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Length (l) Width (w) Area of a Rectangle

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The area of a square equals its side times side. Area of a Square

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Side (s) Area of a Square

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The perimeter of a rectangle equals the sum of its length and width multiplied by two. Perimeter of a Rectangle

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Length (l) Width (w) Perimeter of a Rectangle

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The perimeter of a square equals 4 times the length of a side. Perimeter of a Square

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Side (s) Perimeter of a Square

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The area of a parallelogram equals the product of its base (b) and height (h). The base and height must form a right angle (90º). Area of a Parallelogram

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base (b) height (h) right angle (90º) Area of a Parallelogram

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The area of a triangle equals half of the product of base (b) and height (h). Its base and height must form a right angle (90°). Area of a Triangle

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right angle (90º) base (b) height (h) Area of a Triangle

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Surface area is the total area of the surfaces of a solid figure. Surface area is measured in square units ( ) Top Right Front Surface Area

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TOP BACK FRONT RIGHT LEFT BOTTOM Surface Area – Rectangular Prism

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FRONT RIGHT SIDE LEFT SIDE TOP BACK BOTTOM Surface Area – Rectangular Prism

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TOP is congruent to BOTTOM RIGHT is congruent to LEFT FRONT is congruent to BACK Surface Area – Rectangular Prism

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FaceLengthWidthArea top 4 cm 8 cm 32 sq. cm bottom 4 cm 8 cm 32 sq. cm front 8 cm 6 cm 48 sq. cm back 8 cm 6 cm 48 sq. cm left 4 cm 6 cm 24 sq. cm right 4 cm 6 cm 24 sq. cm sum 208 sq. cm 8 cm 6 cm 4 cm Surface Area – Rectangular Prism

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height (h) width (w) length (l) Formula for Surface Area of Rectangular Prism Area = 2(lw + lh + wh) Surface Area – Rectangular Prism

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Side Surface Area of a Cube = 6 x side² Surface Area of a Cube = 6s² Surface Area – Cube

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5 inches Surface Area – Cube

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Volume is the measurement of the number of cubic units ( ) that make up a solid figure. Volume measures how much room a solid figure takes up in space. Volume also measures how much room is in a solid figure (capacity). Volume – Rectangular Prism

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The volume of a rectangular prism equals its length times width times height. Volume = length x width x height Volume – Rectangular Prism

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LENGTH WIDTH HEIGHT Volume – Rectangular Prism

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length (l) width (w) height (h) Volume – Rectangular Prism

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Side Volume = side x side x side Volume = s³ Volume – Cube

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Volume = side x side x side = side³= s³ Volume = 5 inches x 5 inches x 5 inches = 125 inches³ 5 inches Volume – Cube

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