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# What is the formulae for area?

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Depends on the shape. There are different formulae for different shapes: triangles, quadrilaterals, regular polygons, circles, ellipses.

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There is no formula that covers all aspects of quadrilaterals. There are different formulae for its area, or its angles.There is no formula that covers all aspects of quadrilaterals. There are different formulae for its area, or its angles.There is no formula that covers all aspects of quadrilaterals. There are different formulae for its area, or its angles.There is no formula that covers all aspects of quadrilaterals. There are different formulae for its area, or its angles.

There are different formulae for their volume, surface area, mass, etc. You have not specified what formula and for what purpose.There are different formulae for their volume, surface area, mass, etc. You have not specified what formula and for what purpose.There are different formulae for their volume, surface area, mass, etc. You have not specified what formula and for what purpose.There are different formulae for their volume, surface area, mass, etc. You have not specified what formula and for what purpose.

Different figures have different formulae; here you will find formulae for the areas of some figures: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Area#Formulae

Depends on what information you have and what you require. If you have all three sides, there are different formulae to find the perimeter, angles and area. If you have two sides and an angle (depending on the angle) you have formulae for the remaining side and then perimeter and area. If you have a side and two angles there are formulae to find the missing sides and then perimeter and area. There are other possibilities: you have the altitude and require the area; etc.

There are different formulae for different shapes.

It depends on what the shape is and what information you have about it. There are many different formulae.

There are different formulae for different shapes.

There are different formulae for different shapes.

There are very many formulae depending on what information you have.

It depends on the shape whose area you wish to calculate. Different shapes have different formulae.

There are different formulae for different plane figures. Since there are infinitely many possible shapes there are infinitely many formulae.

It depends on the shape. There are different formulae for different shapes.

The answer will depend on what the surface area is of. The surface areas of regular shapes are can be calculated from formulae but these will depend on the shapes. For non-regular areas there may or may not be simple formulae.

There is no formula as such. You partition the compound shape into simpler shapes whose areas you can work out using formulae, and then add all those parts together.

Volume = Height &times; Width &times; Depth Surface area=2(lw+wh+hl)

Area = radius2 x 3.1415Circumference = diameter x 3.1415

There is no single formula for a cube. There are different formulae for its surface area, its volume, and so on.

You work both out from measurements of the shape and the relevant formulae.

There are different formulae for calculating the lengths of the sides or altitudes, medians, etc; the measure of angles, the perimeter and area. Furthermore, these depend on the information available.There are different formulae for calculating the lengths of the sides or altitudes, medians, etc; the measure of angles, the perimeter and area. Furthermore, these depend on the information available.There are different formulae for calculating the lengths of the sides or altitudes, medians, etc; the measure of angles, the perimeter and area. Furthermore, these depend on the information available.There are different formulae for calculating the lengths of the sides or altitudes, medians, etc; the measure of angles, the perimeter and area. Furthermore, these depend on the information available.

It depends on the shape of the area you need to calculate. There are formulae for given shapes but not necessarily for irregular ones

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