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The formula of finding the rectangles area is simply multiplying its length/width to the other.

A=L W

where A is the area while L is the Length and W is the width.

Example: A rectangle has a length of 3 centimeters and a width of 8 centimeters. Find the area.

The formula in getting a squares area is by multiplying the side or edge of the square with its self.

A = S or A = S S

Example: A square is said to have 20 cm measured as its side. Find the area

Solution: A = S = 20 20 cm = 400 cm

Any parallelogram can be transformed into a rectangle. The formula in finding the parallelograms area is similar to the rectangles with the height as the length and base as the width.

A = Base x height or A = bh

Example: The base of a certain parallelogram is 40 cm while the height is 20 cm. Find the area.

Any side of the triangle can be the base. The height is the perpendicular distance between the line containing the base and opposite verses.

A = x base x height or = bh or = bh or

Example: A triangles base measures 12 cm. Its height measures 10 cm. Find the area.

The formula of getting the area of a cube is to multiply the area of a face by six.

SA = 6e

Example: A microwave oven has a height of 18 inches, width of 18 inches and length of 30 inches. Find the surface area.

Solution = SA = 2lw + 2hw + 2hl = 2(30)(18)+2(18)(18)+2(18)(30) = 2(540) + 2(324) + 2(540) = 1080 + 648 + 1080

L = hp =(height)(perimeter)

Example : A prism has a height of 13 cm and a perimeter of 24 cm. Find the lateral area.

Example : A prism has a length of 24 cm and a base of 43 cm. Find the lateral area.

The lateral area of a regular pyramid equals half the product of the slant height of the pyramid and the perimeter of its base.

LA = lp

Example : A pyramid has a length of 10 cm. It has a perimeter of 20 cm. Find the lateral area.

SA = l + 2b

The surface area of a regular pyramid is the sum of its lateral area and its bases area.

SA = LA + b = lp + b

Find the lateral surface area of the regular pyramid with a length of 200, a perimeter of 100 and a base of 100.

The lateral area of a circular cone of radius equals half the product of the circumference of its base and the slant height (length) of the cone.

LA = 2rl

Example : Figure A is a circular cone with 30 ft as the length and a radius of 20. Find the LA.

The surface area of a right circular cylinder with radius and height equals the sum of its lateral area and the area of its bases.

SA = LA + 2B = 2rh + 2r

Example : An ice cream cone has a length of 12 cm and a radius of 2 cm. Find the surface area.

The lateral area of a right circular cylinder with radius equals the product of the circumference of the base and the height of the cylinder.

LA = 2rh

15 cm

26 cm

a.) LA = 2 rh = 2 (15) (26) = 780 =2449.2cm2 b.) SA = LA + 2B = 780 + 2(225 ) = 780 + 450 = 1230 =3962.2cm2

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