Point-Slope

Point-Slope Form of the Equation of a Line
point-slope form of the equation of a line
y – y1Â = m(x – x1)

Parallelogram

Parallelogram = Flat Four-Sided Shape in which Opposite Sides are Parallel

Trapezoid

Trapezoid = Flat Four-Sided Shape with Two Parallel Sides

Cylinder

Cylinder = Three-Dimensional Shape with Circular Top and Base

Right Rectangular Prism

Right Rectangular Prism = Three-Dimensional Shape in which Opposite Faces are Equal (with all right angles)

Pyramid

Pyramid = Three-Dimensional Shape with Polygonal Base Connecting to a Point

Sphere

Sphere =Â 3-Dimensional Round Shape with All Surface Points Equidistant from Center

Cone

Cone = Three-Dimensional Shape with Circular Base Connecting to a Point

Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â  Â

Mean

Mean = $\bf\displaystyle\frac{Sum}{Count}$

Circle

Circle = Flat Round Shape with All Rim Points Equidistant from Center

Rectangle

Rectangle = Flat Shape with Four Sides (with four right angles)

Cube Root

Cube Root =Â Â³âˆšNumberÂ³ = Â³âˆšNumberÂ Ã— ItselfÂ Ã— Itself

Cubing

Â 3

Number Cubed = NumberÂ Ã—Â ItselfÂ Ã— ItselfÂ = NumberÂ³

Cube

Cube = Three-Dimensional Shape with Six Square Faces (with all right angles)

Square

Square = Flat Shape with Four Equal Sides (with four right angles)

Square Root

Square Root = âˆšÂ NumberÂ²Â = âˆšÂ Number Ã—Â ItselfÂ