Math formulas

Math Formulas can be anything from a principle to an equation to a logical relation of symbols and numbers that explains the relationship between multiple variables. It can be really simple like a basic addition formula; however, it can take a more complicated shape as differentiation or integration.

The Math Formulas are also quite effective in explaining how things turn out wit the help of some equation, such as the equation for force, acceleration or work done. Normally though, the formulas are put to use to find mathematical solutions for real world problems.

Math Formula Chart

The amount of space an object covers or occupies is called its area - that is - the total space inside the boundary of that object. It is calculate in the form of square unit.

The amount of space a three-dimensional object covers or occupies is called its volume. In other words, it's the quantity of three-dimensional space available in a solid object. It is calculated in terms of cubic units.

The Math Formula Chart provides information about all the basic math formulas. A math chart is given below, and if students find it difficult to get familiar with it, they can always ask our online tutors to lend a helping hand.

Area Formula

Circle

Rectangle

Trapezoid

Triangle

Square

A=pi*r2

A=l*b

A=(b1+b2)h/2

A=bh/2

A=a2

Circumference Formula Circle C=2*pi*r
Perimeter Formula

Rectangle

Square

P=2(l+b)

P=4a

Volume Formula

Cone

Cylinder

Sphere

V=bh/3

V=bh

V=4*pi*r3/3

Surface Area Formula

Cone

Cylinder

Cube

Sphere

S=pi*r*l

S=2*pi*r*h

S=6a2

S=4*pi*2

Pythagorus Theorem Formula

a2+b2=c2

Distance Formula

d=sqrt[(x2-x1)2+(y2-y1)2]

Slope of a line Formula

m=(y2-y1)/(x2-x1)

Midpoint Formula

M=((x1+x2)/2(y1+y2)/2)

Physics Formulas

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More Math Formulas

Area formula

Area of a triangle formula

Binomial theorem

Circumference formula

Circumference of a circle formula

Compound interest formula

Distance formula

Interest formula

Midpoint formula

Perimeter formula

Quadratic formula

Slope formula

Surface area formula

Vertex formula

Volume formula