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# Formulae

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Area of Triangle
\u2206 = \u00bd base x height = a b c = r S = \u221a S ( s - a) ( s \u2013 b) ( s \u2013 c) = \u00bd a b sin c
4 R
S= a+b+c
2
Cos C = a\u00b2 + b\u00b2 - c\u00b2
2 ab
Sin a = Sin b = Sin c = 2 R
A
B
C
Equilateral Triangle

Height = \u221a3/2 ( side) Area = \u221a3/4 ( side ) \u00b2 R = 2/3 Height

.
r = 1/3 Height
Isosceles Triangle
Area = b/4 \u221a ( 4 a\u00b2 - b\u00b2)
Sum of external angles in any polygon is 360 always
A
AO = 2
OD
1
F
E
Centriod divided the median in the ratio of 2 : 1
B
C
O is the Centriod
A
B
D
C
IfF representsfac es,E represents number of edges, V represent number of
verticesthen
E + 2 = F+V
Sum of internal angles in any polygon = (n \u2013 2 ) 180
Rhombus
A
D
Area of the rhombus is given b =\u00bd xD1 xD2
WhereD1 andD2 are diagonals of the
rhombus
B E
C
Area of the rhombus =BC xAE
Where BC= base and AE = height.

Properties of rhombus
1). Allside s of the rhombus areequal.
2). Diagonals bisects each otherperpendicula r.
3).L ength s ofdi agonal s are not equal in rhombus.
4). Rhombus is not a symmetrical figure.

5). All four sides areparallelTrapezium
A
D
Area of the Trapezium
=\u00bdX ( AD + BC )X AE
B E
C
Properties of Trapezium
1). A Quadrilateral having only two side parallel then it is called trapezium.
Hexagon
F
E
A
DB
C
Area of the Regular Hexagon is = 3 \u221a 3 (side)\u00b2
2
Simple Interest
Simple Interest =Px N x R
100
P = Principal