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Flashcards Quantitative Aptitude Revision Maths Shortcuts

# Flashcards Quantitative Aptitude Revision Maths Shortcuts

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Quantitative Review Geometry - Polygons • Polygons and Interior Angles:
– The sum of the interior angles of a polygon depends on the number of sides (n) the polygon has: – (n – 2) x 180 = Sum of Interior angles of a polygon

– In the figure above, (f + g + h + i + j) = 540°, because the polygon has 5 sides – Every polygon can be cut in x triangles, and the sum of each triangle’s interior angles is 180°. This is an alternative method to find the sum of a polygon’s interior angles

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Quantitative Review Geometry - Polygons • Polygons and Interior Angles:
– The sum of the interior angles of a polygon depends on the number of sides (n) the polygon has: – (n – 2) x 180 = Sum of Interior angles of a polygon

– In the figure above, (f + g + h + i + j) = 540°, because the polygon has 5 sides – Every polygon can be cut in x triangles, and the sum of each triangle’s interior angles is 180°. This is an alternative method to find the sum of a polygon’s interior angles

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Quantitative ReviewGeometry -Polygons
Polygons and Interior Angles:
–The sum of the interior angles of a polygon depends on the number of sides (n) the polygon has: –
(n –2) x 180 = Sum of Interior angles of a polygon
–In the figure above, (f + g + h + i+ j) = 540°, because the polygon has 5sides –Every polygon can be cut in x triangles, and the sum of each triangle’sinterior angles is 180°. This is an alternative method to find the sum of a polygon’s interior angles

Quantitative ReviewGeometry -Polygons
Polygons and Area
–1) Area of a TRIANGLE =
(Base x Height) / 2
–2) Area of a RECTANGLE:
Length x Width

Quantitative ReviewGeometry -Polygons
Polygons and Area
–3) Area of a TRAPEZOID =
((Base1 + Base 2) x Height) / 2
–Notice that the height is also a line perpendicular to the two bases, inside the trapezoid –
Sometimes, you will have to draw a right triangle. If you know both base 1 and 2, youknow the base leg. If you know the outer leg, you have 2 dimensions and can find thethird, which is the height, via pythagorean theorem!!!
–4) Area of a PARALLELOGRAM:
Base x Height