Geometric Shapes  Areas
Areas, diagonals and more  of geometric figures like rectangles, triangles, trapezoids ..
Square
The area of a square can be calculated as
A = a^{2} (1a)
The side of a square can be calculated as
a = A^{1/2 } (1b)
The diagonal of a square can be calculated as
d = a 2^{1/2} (1c)
Rectangle
The area of a rectangle can be calculated as
A = a b (2a)
The diagonal of a rectangle can be calculated as
d = (a^{2} + b^{2})^{1/2} (2b)
Parallelogram
The area of a parallelogram can be calculated as
A = a h
= a b sin α (3a)
The diameters of a parallelogram can be calculated as
d_{1} = ((a + h cot α)^{2} + h^{2})^{1/2 } (3b)
d_{2} = ((a  h cot α)^{2} + h^{2})^{1/2} (3b)
Equilateral Triangle
An equilateral triangle is a triangle in which all three sides are equal.
The area of an equilateral triangle can be calculated as
A = a^{2}/3 3^{1/2} (4a)
The area of an equilateral triangle can be calculated as
h = a/2 3^{1/2} (4b)
Triangle
The area of a triangle can be calculated as
A = a h / 2
= r s (5a)
r = a h / 2s (5b)
R = b c / 2 h (5c)
s = (a + b + c) / 2 (5d)
x = s  a (5e)
y = s  b (5f)
z = s  c (5g)
Trapezoid
The area of a trapezoid can be calculated as
A = 1/2 (a + b) h
= m h (6a)
m = (a + b) / 2 (6b)
Hexagon
The area of a hexagon can be calculated as
A = 3/2 a^{2} 3^{1/2} (7a)
d = 2 a
= 2 / 3^{1/2} s
= 1.1547005 s (7b)
s = 3^{1/2} / 2 d
= 0.866025 d (7c)
Circle
The area of a circle can be calculated as
A = π/4 d^{2 }
= π r^{2}
= 0.785.. d^{2} (8a)
C = 2 π r
= π d (8b)^{}
where
C = circumference
Sector and Segment of a Circle
Sector of Circle
Area of a sector of circle can be expressed as
A = 1/2 θ_{r} r^{2} (9)
= 1/360 θ_{d} π r^{2}
where
θ_{r }= angle in radians
θ_{d }= angle in degrees
Segment of Circle
Area of a segment of circle can be expressed as
A = 1/2 (θ_{r}  sin θ_{r}) r^{2}
= 1/2 (π θ_{d}/180  sin θ_{d}) r^{2 }(10)
Right Circular Cylinder
Lateral surface area of a right circular circle can be expressed as
A = 2 π r h (11)
where
h= height of cylinder (m, ft)
r = radius of base (m, ft)
Right Circular Cone
Lateral surface area of a right circular cone can be expressed as
A = π r l
= π r (r^{2} + h^{2})^{1/2 }(12)
where
h= height of cone (m, ft)
r = radius of base (m, ft)
l = slant length (m, ft)
Sphere
Lateral surface area of a sphere can be expressed as
A = 4 π r^{2} (13)
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