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The following common geometry formulas are very useful when solving problems about two-dimensional figures. In the table below “b” stands for base, “h” means height, “L” stands for length, “w” represents the width, “r” is the radius of a circle, and “d” represents the diameter. 

The following common geometry formulas are very useful when solving problems about two-dimensional figures. In the table below “b” stands for base, “h” means height, “L” stands for length, “w” represents the width, “r” is the radius of a circle, and “d” represents the diameter. 

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    For a trapezoid? I’ve always known it as 1/2(a+b)h which seems a lot easier than the formula on there?
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