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Math Formula Basic Geometry Formula Sheet Math Simple Formula Basic Geometry Area Formulas Area of a Rectangle = Base × Height. Area of a Square = Base × Height. Area of a Square = s2 Area of Triangle = ½(Base × Height) Area of Parallelogram = Base × Height. Area of Trapezoid = ½(Base1 +

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