Mathematics: Shapes

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All you need to know for GCSE on Volume, Surface Area, Area, Circumference, Perimeter and the equation of circles. Many Grade A and A* but some Grade D.
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    Mathematics: Shapes
    This includes:   - Volumes of 3D Shapes   - Surface Area of 3D Shapes   - Areas of 2D Shapes   - Circle Theorems   - Equations of Circles      - To find the centre of a circle      - To find the radius of a circle    - A* Skills with Shapes

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    Volumes of 3D Shapes
    Cuboids Grade DVolume of Cuboid = length x width x heightPrisms Grade CVolume of Prism = cross-sectional area x length   However cylinders can be written as V = πr²hSpheres Grade AVolume of Sphere = 4/3πr³   A hemisphere is half a sphere    V = 2/3πr³Pyramids Grade AVolume of Pyramid = 1/3 x base area x vertical heightCone Grade AVolume of Cone = 1/3 x πr² x vertical heightDon't get confused with the slant height and vertical height.
    Caption: : r = radius

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    Surface Area of 3D Shapes
    Sphere Grade A   S.A of a Cone = 4π²Cone Grade A   S.A of a Cone = πrl + πr²      πrl = curved area of a cone (l is the slant height)      πr² = area of circular baseCylinder Grade A   S.A of a Cylinder = 2πrh + 2πr²Remember the surface area of a solid shape = area of the net of the shape.
    Caption: : Surface Area of A Cylinder

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    Areas of 2D Shapes
    Triangle and Quadrilaterals Grade DArea of a Triangle = 1/2 x base x vertical height   Alternatively you could use area = 1/2 ab sinC (Grade A)Area of a Parallelogram = base x vertical heightArea of a Trapezium = average of parallel sides x distance between them (vertical height)   A = 1/2(a+b) x h
    Caption: : The area of a trapezium is on the formula sheet, but you should learn it anyway.

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    Areas of 2D Shapes
    Areas of Sectors, Arcs and Segments Grade AArea of Sector = x/360 x area of full circle   x = angleArea of Arc = x/360 x circumference of full circleArea of Segment = 1. Find the area of the sector                                    2. Then subtract the area of the triangle                                            This can be done by using 1/2 ab sinC

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    Circle Theorems
    Grade A*1. A tangent and a radius meet at 90º.2. Two radii form an isosceles triangle.3. The perpendicular bisector of a chord passes through the centre of the circle.4. The angle at the centre of a circle is twice the angle at the circumference.

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    Equations of Circles
    To create the equation of a circle: Grade A1. Complete the square in the equation.2. Organise the numbers.3. Put the completed numbers on the left and the organised numbers on the right.4. The organised numbers should be a square number.Lets have and example:x² + y² + 2x - 8y + 8 = 0             display equation(x+1)² -1 + (y-4)² -16 + 8 = 0     complete the square(x+1)² + (y-4)² = 9                       put the numbers on the leftradius = √9 = 3centre = (-1, +4)
    Caption: : x^2 = x²

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