Saint Francis of Assisi College System , Las Piñas City
FMathematics
MATH 91286

Summer 2016
Example 1: Find the area of a trapezoid with bases of 10 inches
and 14 inches, and a height of 5 inches.
Solution:
=
(10 in + 14 in) 5 in
=
(24 in) (5 in)
=
120 in2
A = 60 in2
Example 2: Find the area of a trapezoid with bases of 9
centimeters and 7 ce
Saint Francis of Assisi College System , Las Piñas City
FMathematics
MATH 91286

Summer 2016
Example 1: Find the area of a parallelogram with a base of 12
centimeters and a height of 5 centimeters.
Solution:
= (12 cm) (5 cm)
= 60 cm2
Example 2: Find the area of a parallelogram with a base of 7 inches
and a height of 10 inches.
Solution:
= (7 in)
Saint Francis of Assisi College System , Las Piñas City
FMathematics
MATH 91286

Summer 2016
Example 1: The radius of a circle is 3 inches. What is the area?
Solution:
= 3.14 (3 in) (3 in)
= 3.14 (9 in)
= 28.26 in
Example 2: The diameter of a circle is 8 centimeters. What is the area?
Solution:
8 cm = 2
8 cm 2 =
= 4 cm
= 3.14 (4 cm) (4 cm)
= 50.
Saint Francis of Assisi College System , Las Piñas City
FMathematics
MATH 91286

Summer 2016
Example 1: Find the area of an acute triangle with a base of 15 inches
and a height of 4 inches.
Solution:
=
(15 in) (4 in)
= (60 in2)
= 30 in2
Example 2: Find the area of a right triangle with a base of 6 centimeters
and a height of 9 centimeters.
Solut
Saint Francis of Assisi College System , Las Piñas City
FMathematics
MATH 91286

Summer 2016
Example 1: Find the area of a square with each side measuring 2 inches.
Solution:
= (2 in) (2 in) = 4 in2
Example 2: A rectangle has a length of 8 centimeters and a width of 3
centimeters. Find the area.
Solution:
= (8 cm) (3 cm) = 24 cm2
In Examples 1 an
Saint Francis of Assisi College System , Las Piñas City
FMathematics
MATH 91286

Summer 2016
Let's review what we know about the area of circles and sectors.
Area (circle)
Area of sectors of circle
(Sectors are similar to "pizza pie slices" of a circle.)
Semicircle
QuarterCircle
(half of circle = half of area)
(1/4 of circle = 1/4 of area)
Any
Saint Francis of Assisi College System , Las Piñas City
FMathematics
MATH 91286

Summer 2016
Mass point geometry, casually known as mass focuses, is a geometry critical thinking
procedure which applies the physical rule of the center of mass to geometry issues including
triangles and crossing cevians. All issues that can be unraveled utilizing m
Saint Francis of Assisi College System , Las Piñas City
FMathematics
MATH 91286

Summer 2016
In arithmetic, the limit of functionis a key idea in math and analysisconcerning the conduct of
that capacity close to a specific information.
Formal definitions, initially contrived in the mid nineteenth century, are given underneath.
Casually, a capacit
Saint Francis of Assisi College System , Las Piñas City
FMathematics
MATH 91286

Summer 2016
Example 1: Find the perimeter of a triangle with sides measuring 5
centimeters, 9 centimeters and 11 centimeters.
Solution:
P = 5 cm + 9 cm + 11 cm = 25 cm
Example 2: A rectangle has a length of 8 centimeters and a width
of 3 centimeters. Find the perimet
Saint Francis of Assisi College System , Las Piñas City
FMathematics
MATH 91286

Summer 2016
In mathematics, the slant or inclination of a line is a number that portrays both the bearing and the
steepness of the line. Slope is regularly signified by the letter m; there is no reasonable response to the
inquiry why the letter m is utilized for slan