# Geometry Formulas

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Here is a list of several most important geometry formulas that you use for solving various problems.

## Basic Geometry Formulas

$Perimeter \; of \; a \; Square = P = 4a$

Where a = Length of the sides of a Square

$Perimeter \; of \; a \; Rectangle = P = 2(l+b)$

Where, l = Length ; b = Breadth

$Area \; of \; a \; Square = A = a^{2}$

Where a = Length of the sides of a Square

$Area \; of \; a \; Rectangle = A = l \times b$

Where, l = Length ; b = Breadth

$Area \; of \; a \; Triangle = A = \frac{b \times h}{2}$

Where, b = base of the triangle ; h = height of the triangle

$Area \; of \; a \; Trapezoid = A = \frac{(b_{1}+b_{2})h}{2}$

Where, $b_{1}$ & $b_{2}$ are the bases of the Trapezoid ; h = height of the Trapezoid

$Area \; of \; a \; Circle = A = \pi \times r^{2}$

$Circumference \; of \; a \; Circle = A = 2\pi r$

Where, r = Radius of the Circle

$Surface \; Area \; of \; a \; Cube = S = 6a^{2}$

Where, a = Length of the sides of a Cube

$Surface \; Area \; of \; a \; Cylinder = S = 2\pi rh$

$Volume \; of \; a \; Cylinder = V = \pi r^{2} h$

Where, r = Radius of the base of the Cylinder ; h = Height of the Cylinder

$Surface \; Area \; of \; a \; Cone = S = \pi r (r + \sqrt{h^{2}+r^{2}})$

$Volume \; of \; a \; Cone = V = \pi r^{2} \frac{h}{3}$

Where, r = Radius of the base of the Cone, h = Height of the Cone

$Surface \; Area \; of \; a \; Sphere = S = 4 \pi r^{2}$

$Volume \; of \; a \; Sphere = V = \frac{4}{3}\pi r^{3}$

Where, r = Radius of the Sphere