Area And Volume For 3D and 2D Shapes

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Everything you need to know about calculating the area and volume of 2D and 3D shapes.
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Area And Volume For 3D and 2D Shapes
  1. 2D
    1. Areas
      1. Square
        1. h x w
        2. Circle
          1. π x r²
          2. Rectangle
            1. h x w
            2. Triangle
              1. b x h ÷2
              2. Trapezium
                1. (a + b) /2 x h
                2. Parallelorgram
                  1. b x h
                3. Diameters
                  1. Square
                    1. L x 4
                    2. Circle (Circumference)
                      1. pi x d
                      2. Parallelogram / Rectangle
                        1. (h x 2) + (l x 2)
                    3. 3D Shapes
                      1. Volume
                        1. Cube
                          1. L x W x H
                          2. Cuboid
                            1. Cylinder
                              1. (Pi x r^2) x H
                              2. Square Pyramid
                                1. (B x H) ÷ 3
                            2. Other Formulae
                              1. Circumference (C)
                                1. Pi x diameter
                                  1. Diameter - length between longest sides of circle
                                    1. Pi - 3.14
                                  2. Length (L)
                                    1. Longest side of the shape
                                    2. Width (W)
                                      1. Second longest side of shape
                                      2. Base (B)
                                        1. 3D
                                          1. L x W
                                          2. 2D
                                            1. Furthest line in the south
                                          3. Radius (R)
                                            1. Diameter ÷2

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