cube = a<sup>3</sup>. rectangular prism = a b c. irregular prism = b h. cylinder = b h = [pi] r<sup>2</sup>
h. pyramid = (1/3) b h ... (total area) = perimeter(b) L + 2b. sphere = 4 [pi] r<sup>2</sup>.
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