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In current eBook titled as "2D & 3D Geometry Formulas eBook", mathematical 2D GEOMETRY FORMULAS SQUARE s = side Area: A = s2. The ebook contains hundreds of formulas, tables, and figures from. Number Sets, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Matrices and Determinants, Vectors. Read "Geometric Formulas Speedy Study Guides" by Speedy Publishing available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. There is.

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Similarly, PR is longest side, so angle Q must be the largest angle. Geometry Rules: Isosceles Triangles One geometry rule related to this last fact concerns one elite category of triangles: the isosceles triangles. These are triangles with two equal sides. In fact, Mr.

Euclid pointed out that this geometry rule works both ways: if we are told two sides are equal, then we know two angles are equal, and if we are told two angles are equal, we know two sides are equal.

Super-technically, an isosceles triangle is one that has at least two equal sides.

This means that a very special case of isosceles is the equilateral triangle. This is the most symmetrical triangle. Be careful not to assume that a triangle is equilateral: you cannot assume one is equilateral just because it appears as one. Geometry Rules: Right Triangles Any right triangle has two sides touching the right angle: these are called legs. The longest side, always opposite the right angle, is called the hypotenuse. One geometry rule that applies to all right triangles is theorem named for Mr.

Pythagoras — BCE , whom some scholars consider the first mathematician. Also, notice that we can apply this formula unless we know a triangle is a right triangle, and that is not something we can assume simply from looks.

Of course, some or all of the sides of a right triangle can be decimals, but it is possible, in special cases, for all three sides to be integers.

These are sets of three integers that satisfy the Pythagorean Theorem. There are two very special triangles that you have to understand for GRE geometry. The first is the triangle: We can multiply these lengths by any multiple, but they are always in this ratio. The longer leg is always the square root of 3 times longer than the shorter leg.

The ratios and angles in this triangle come direction from an equilateral triangle that was cut in half: for a detailed discussion of this view, see this GMAT post.

The other triangle is the triangle, also known as the Isosceles Right Triangle. Again, the ratios always are the same and we can multiply by any number. The two legs are always equal because this is an isosceles triangle, and the hypotenuse is always the square-root of two times any leg.

GRE loves all the geometry formulas associated with these two triangles. This number, pi, can be approximated by the decimal 3. The distance from the center out to the circle in any direction is called the radius r. The second is just a restatement of the definition of pi, given above.

We can divide a circle or its area up into pieces. An arc is like the crust of a slice of pizza. The shaded area, which is like the whole slice of pizza, is called a sector. A sector is a piece of the whole area. We calculate either by setting up a geometry formula that compares two part-to-whole ratios, one of which involves the central angle, AOB.

These are two geometry formulas that you should not need to memorize: you should be able to figure them out by setting up part-to-whole ratios. Geometry Formulas: Quadrilaterals A quadrilateral is a shape with four line segment sides. In the first, an irregular quadrilateral, we are given that two angles are right angles.

Geometry Formulas: Parallelograms A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides. If any of them is true, all the others automatically have to be true. The area of a parallelogram can be tricky.

In the diagram, we could consider either AD or BC the base they are equal! What if we are not given the height? The Pythagorean Theorem is a truly remarkable geometry formula: it shows up all over the place! Geometry Formulas: Special Parallelograms There are three categories of special parallelograms: rhombuses, rectangles, and squares. A rhombus is an equilateral quadrilateral, that is, a quadrilateral with four equal sides.

If the side is s, then the perimeter is always just 4s. The diagonals of a rhombus are always perpendicular. In fact, any rhombus can be subdivided into four congruent right triangles.

Obviously, much confusion circulates in colloquial speech about these finer points. Finally, we get the square. If the side is s, then If we know a shape is a square, if we are told that it is a square, then all these geometry rules apply to the shape.

Remember, no GRE geometry diagram is guaranteed drawn to scale, so if we are not given some explicit guarantee, something drawn to look like a square might be any quadrilateral! Japanese variants untold secrets.

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