# FTCE Geometric Concepts Flashcards

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*a*and

*b*, where

*a*represents the radius of the major axis and

*b*represents the radius of the minor axis.

*a*,

*b*, and

*h*, where

*a*and

*b*represent the lengths of the two bases and

*h*represents the height.

*b*and

*h*, where

*b*represents the length of the base and

*h*represents the height.

*r*, where

*r*represents the radius.

*b*and

*h*, where

*b*is the base and

*h*is the height.

*s*, where

*s*stands for side length.

*l*and

*w*, where

*l*stands for length and

*w*stands for width.

*s*, where

*s*stands for each side length.

*l*and

*w*, given that

*l*stands for length and

*w*stands for width.

*P*= 2(

*l*+

*w*) or

*P*= 2

*l*+ 2

*w*

*s*, where

*s*stands for side length.

The perimeter of a circle. The formula is *C* = 2?*r*, where *r* is the radius.

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The study of shapes is one of the main focuses of geometry for students in grades K-6. They begin by learning how to identify basic shapes. This set will test you on not only picture identification of the two- and three-dimensional shapes but on their definitions as well. After mastering identification, K-6 students then learn how to measure different components of each shape. When given a two-dimensional shape, you must be able to calculate perimeter and area. When given a three-dimensional shape, you must be able to calculate surface area and volume. Euler's formula can even be applied to the simple act of counting faces, edges, and vertices for the older or more advanced learner. This flashcard leaves no stone unturned when it comes to the study of shapes and promises to give you practice on every topic you will need to master for geometric concept portion of the the Florida Teacher Certification Exam.

The perimeter of a circle. The formula is *C* = 2?*r*, where *r* is the radius.

*s*, where

*s*stands for side length.

*l*and

*w*, given that

*l*stands for length and

*w*stands for width.

*P*= 2(

*l*+

*w*) or

*P*= 2

*l*+ 2

*w*

*s*, where

*s*stands for each side length.

*l*and

*w*, where

*l*stands for length and

*w*stands for width.

*s*, where

*s*stands for side length.

*b*and

*h*, where

*b*is the base and

*h*is the height.

*r*, where

*r*represents the radius.

*b*and

*h*, where

*b*represents the length of the base and

*h*represents the height.

*a*,

*b*, and

*h*, where

*a*and

*b*represent the lengths of the two bases and

*h*represents the height.

*a*and

*b*, where

*a*represents the radius of the major axis and

*b*represents the radius of the minor axis.

*P*,

*h*, and

*A*, where

*P*and

*A*represent the perimeter and area of the base respectively and

*h*represents the height.

*r*and

*h*, where

*r*represents the radius and

*h*represents the height.

*P*and

*A*represent the perimeter and area of the base respectively and

*s*represents slant height, give the formula for surface area of a right pyramid.

*l*and

*r*, if

*l*represents slant height and

*r*represents the radius.

*r*, where

*r*represents radius.

*w*,

*h*, and

*l*, if

*w*represents the width,

*h*represents the height, and

*l*represents the length.

*a*, if

*a*represents the length of a side.

*s*, where

*s*represents a side length.

*l*,

*w*, and

*h*, given that

*l*represents length,

*w*represents width, and

*h*represents height.

*r*and

*h*, given that

*r*represents radius and

*h*represents height.

*r*, given that

*r*represents radius.

*A*and

*h*, given that

*A*represents the area of the base and

*h*represents the height.

*r*and

*h*, given that

*r*represents radius and

*h*represents height.

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