Base, Multiplied by the Height and then Divided by Two

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What is the Formula in Basic form for the Area of a Triangle

B X H / 2

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How do you find the Area of a Circle?

π x Radius²

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How do you find the Circumference of a Circle?

π x Diameter

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How do you find the Surface Area of a Shape?

Find the Area of Each of the Faces and then add them Together. (Your answer should be in cm²)

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How do you find the Volume of a Shape?

Take the Area of the Cross Section and then Times that by the Length

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What is the 'Z' angle called?

Alternate

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What is the 'F' angle called?

Corresponding

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How can you Spot a Corresponding Angle?

One Angle is outside the shape of the 'F' and one is always inside the shape of the 'F'

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What are the Factors of 36?

1,2,3,4,6,9,12,18,36

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What are the Multiples of 4?

4,8,12,16,20 etc

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What are the Four Transformation Techniques?

Enlargement, Rotation, Reflection, Translation

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How do you Multiply fractions?

Times the Tops then Times the Bottoms, straight through.

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How do you Divide fractions?

Flip the Second fraction around. The Divide symbol Changes to Times. You then Times the Fractions straight through.

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How do you Add fractions?

Find a Common Denominator, then times the tops the same amount as what you did on the bottoms to get the denominator. eg; 3 to 15 would be x5. so the top = x5. Then you add the fractions.

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How do you Subtract fractions?

Find a Common Denominator, times the tops the same amount as the bottoms (see previous card). The you subtract these new values.

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