PxPixel
Table of Formulas for Geometry - Tech Learning

Table of Formulas for Geometry

Here are eleven formulas used extensively in geometry along with the geometric shapes related to the formulas.
Author:
Publish date:

Here are eleven formulas used extensively in geometry along with the geometric shapes related to the formulas. Begin with the Pythagorean Theorem and progress to the volume and surface area of a right circular cone. Each formula is explained thoroughly and shown clearly on its complementary diagram. Keep these formulas handy for reference and review.

courtesy of Knovation

Featured

Related

Fractal Geometry

Fractal Geometry From the National Science Foundation, this site offers a short explanation of the complex topic of Fractals. The best part is the opportunity to create a "Pythagorean Tree" using any angle from 0 through 90 degrees. The site makes for an excellent follow-up to a more thorough

Interactives, Geometry 3D Shapes

Interactives, Geometry 3D Shapes This resource investigates 3D shapes in Geometry. There are tutorials on surface area, volume, Euler’s Theorem, and platonic solids. There is also an introduction and an interactive activity to test the students on skills taught. Annenberg Media

Geometry in Motion

Geometry in Motion Employing Java Sketchpad, this interactive site explores dozens of topics in geometry, allowing the user to drag points and lines of geometric figures, to change curves and angles, and to put "geometry in motion." This visualization helps users make conjectures that can

Virtual Geometry

Virtual Geometry The page is a portal to a collection of virtual manipulatives — nearly 30 in all, arranged alphabetically from Cob Web Plot to Turtle Geometry. Besides the manipulatives, each topic (i.e. "Tanagrams") offers a complete explanation and a list of appropriate standards.

InterMath: Geometry

This site was developed at the University of Georgia to support middle school teachers in their instruction of mathematics.

Geometry Graphing

 Students practice using their graphing calculators for drawing and labeling points, lines, planes, and angles. To check their work, they select the View Solution button, which is located directly under each problem. courtesy of netTrekker