Performing non-calculator computations in Geometry.
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Geometry Formulas
- A list of areas, volumes, and surface areas for geometric shapes.
Questions answered by this video:
What is the radius of a circle?
What is the formula for circumference of a circle and how do you calculate it?
If the diameter of a circle is 10in., what is its circumference and area?
What is the formula for area of a circle and how do you calculate it?
What is a right circular cylinder, and what is the formula for its volume?
If a cylinder has height 20 in. and base diameter 12 in., how do you find its volume?
What are the units for volume?
What is a sphere, and what is the formula for its volume?
If a sphere has a 10 in. diameter, what is its volume?
How do you find the volume of a sphere?
What are some formulas for geometric shapes?
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Formulas for circumference and area of a circle, and volume of a cylinder and sphere are introduced, and some calculations are done without using a calculator. This is a great introduction to basic geometric formulas, and how to plug numbers into them.