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Formulas for Perimeter, Area, Volume, etc.

Defining Geometric Figures

  Two-dimensional figures
 
  Three-dimensional figures
 
  Triangle   Rectangular Parallelepiped
    equilateral triangle     cube
    isosceles triangle   Prism
    right triangle   Pyramid
    scalene triangle     square pyramid
  Quadrilateral   frustum of a pyramid
    general quadrilateral   Regular Polyhedron
    square     tetrahedron
    rectangle     cube
    parallelogram     octahedron
    rhombus     dodecahedron
    trapezoid     icosahedron
    kite   Cylinder
    cyclic quadrilateral     right circular cylinder
    cyclic-inscriptable   Cone
  Regular Polygon     right circular cone
  Circle     frustum of a cone
    arc   Sphere
    segment     sphere sector
    sector     spherical cap
  Ellipse     sphere segment, zone
  Parabolic Segment     lune
      Ellipsoid
    Circular Torus
    Spherical Polygon
 
    Also visit The Geometry Center:
      Two-dimensional geometry
 
    Also visit The Geometry Center:
      Three-dimensional geometry



References:

Burrington, Richard Stevens, Handbook of Mathematical Tables and Formulas, Handbook Publishers, Inc., Sandusky, Ohio, 2nd edition, 1940, pp. 11-15, 20-21.

Beyer, William H., CRC Standard Mathematical Tables, CRC Press, Inc., Boca Raton, Florida, 28th edition, 1987, pp. 121-132, 145-147.

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