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Math formulas on circles, rectangles, and parellelagrams
By Cynthia Kirkeby
May 29, 2004, 10:25




Hi again can you send me formulas on circles, rectangles, and parellelagrams? Thank you for your time.
Your Friend,
Kaylee

Kaylle-
ve included a great little packet developed in Massachusetts. It has all of the formulas, as well as some other handy goodies for math. To figure out the formulas for parallelograms you need to combine the formulas for a rectangle and triangles.

Calculate the rectangle first, then calculate the triangle and times it by 2. Then add the calculation for the rectangle and the triangles together for your answer.

Good luck on your math.
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