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Karma
Class:  251 671  PRAC EARLY ELEM TCHN 
Subject:  EARLY CHILD/ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 
University:  Rutgers University 
Term:  Spring 2013 
perimeter of a square  p= 4 s s= measurement of one side of the square 
peremiter of a rectange  p= 2L+ 2 W L= length W= Width 
perimeter of a triangle  P=side 1 + side 2+ side 3 or P= s1+s2+s3 
area of a rectangle  A= L x W area = length x width 
area of a square  A = s2 area= square the measure of one side 
volume  think of it as how many cubic units could fit into a solid 
volume of a rectangular solid  V = W x H x L volume= width x height x lenght 
volume of a cube  F + V = E + 2 faces + vertex (the union of two segments/points of intersection of two sides of a polygon) = Edge (a line segment where two faces of a three dimensional figure meet) + 2 
congruence  Congruence is the state achieved by coming together, the state of agreement. ., two figures or objects are congruent if they have the same shape and size, or if one has the same shape and size as the mirror image of the other. 
acute angle  angles of less than 90 degrees 
obtuse angles  angles that are greater than 90 but less than 180 
supplementary angles  combinatino of two angels that add up to 180 degrees 
complementary angles  angles who add up to measure 90 degrees 
vertical angles are congruent  
transversal line  In geometry, a transversal is a line that passes through two lines in the same plane at different points. 
circumference of a circle  C= 2 pie r (radius) or c= pie d (diameter) 
diameter of a circle  D = 2 r (radius) 
area of circle  A = pie r squared 
circumference of a circle  c= 2 pie r squared 
scalene triangle  a triangle with three unequal sides 
area of a square  a = s 2 
area of rectangle  
area of triangle  a= (b x h) / 2 area = (base x height) / 2 
parallelogram  In Euclidean geometry, a parallelogram is a simple quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides.\ a four sided polygon with two pairs of parallel sides 
area of a parallelogram  a = b x h 
area of circle  a = pie x radius squared 
volume of rectangular solid  v = L x W x H 
rotation  a turn 
reflection  a flip 
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perimeter of a square  p= 4 s s= measurement of one side of the square  
peremiter of a rectange  p= 2L+ 2 W L= length W= Width  
perimeter of a triangle  P=side 1 + side 2+ side 3 or P= s1+s2+s3  
area of a rectangle  A= L x W area = length x width  
area of a square  A = s2 area= square the measure of one side  
volume  think of it as how many cubic units could fit into a solid  
volume of a rectangular solid  V = W x H x L volume= width x height x lenght  
volume of a cube  F + V = E + 2 faces + vertex (the union of two segments/points of intersection of two sides of a polygon) = Edge (a line segment where two faces of a three dimensional figure meet) + 2  
congruence  Congruence is the state achieved by coming together, the state of agreement. ., two figures or objects are congruent if they have the same shape and size, or if one has the same shape and size as the mirror image of the other.  
acute angle  angles of less than 90 degrees  
obtuse angles  angles that are greater than 90 but less than 180  
supplementary angles  combinatino of two angels that add up to 180 degrees  
complementary angles  angles who add up to measure 90 degrees  
vertical angles are congruent  
transversal line  In geometry, a transversal is a line that passes through two lines in the same plane at different points.  
circumference of a circle  C= 2 pie r (radius) or c= pie d (diameter)  
diameter of a circle  D = 2 r (radius)  
area of circle  A = pie r squared  
circumference of a circle  c= 2 pie r squared  
scalene triangle  a triangle with three unequal sides  
area of a square  a = s 2  
area of rectangle  
area of triangle  a= (b x h) / 2 area = (base x height) / 2  
parallelogram  In Euclidean geometry, a parallelogram is a simple quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides.\ a four sided polygon with two pairs of parallel sides  
area of a parallelogram  a = b x h  
area of circle  a = pie x radius squared  
volume of rectangular solid  v = L x W x H  
rotation  a turn  
reflection  a flip 
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