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# Math Formulas

Maths formulas, for all the concepts covered under different classes (6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12), as per the CBSE syllabus are provided here by our expert teachers. To solve the mathematical problems easily, students should learn and remember the basic formulas based on certain fundamentals such as algebra, arithmetic, and geometry. Also, check with Maths Syllabus here for all classes.

Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division are easy, what if you come across derivation, calculus and geometry? You would need formulas to solve them. Here, at CoolGyan’S, you get a unique way of solving the maths problem which will make you learn how the equation came into existence, which is a way better than memorizing and applying the formula. We present you a host of formulas (more than 400) for your reference to solve all important mathematical operations and questions. Also, each formula here is given with solved examples.

## List of Maths Formulas (for All Concepts)

The above given formulas are very helpful for students to solve problems based on them. All the formulas are also provided here with solved examples to help you understand the application of formulas.

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## Basic Maths Formulas

The Math Formula Chart has all the basic math formulas, below:

 Perimeter SquareRectangle P = 4aP = 2(l+b) Circumference Circle C = 2 (pi) r Area SquareRectangleTriangleTrapezoidCircle A = a2A = l x bA = ½(b x h)A = ((b1 +b2 ) x h) / 2A = π x r 2 Surface Area CubeCylinderConeSphere S = 6l2CSA = 2 x π x r x hCSA = π x r x lS = 4 x π x r 2 Volume CylinderConeSphere V = πr 2hV =1/3 πr 2hV = 4/3 x π x r3 Pythagoras Theorem a2 + b2 = c2 Distance Formula d = √[(x2 – x1)2 +(y2 – y1)2] Slope of a line m = y2 – y1 / x2 – x1 Mid- Point Formula M = [(x1 + x2 )/ 2 , (y1 + y2 )/ 2] Algebraic Formula Pythagorean theoremSlope-intercept form of the equation of a lineDistance formulaTotal costQuadratic formulaLaws of ExponentsFractional Exponents a2 + b2 = c2y = mx + cd = rttotal cost = (number of units) × (price per unit)X = [-b ± √(b2 – 4ac)] /2aam x b m = (a x b)m; am x a n = (a)m+na1/2 = √a Trigonometric Formulas Sine FunctionCosine FunctionTangent Function Sin x = Opposite Side/ HypotenuseCos X = Adjacent Side/ HypotenuseTan x = Opposite Side/ Adjacent Side

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## Frequently Asked Questions – FAQs

### What are the basic Maths formulas?

The basic Maths formulas include arithmetic operations, where we learn to add, subtract, multiply and divide. Also, algebraic identities help to solve equations. Some of the formulas are:
(a + b)2 = a+ b+ 2ab
(a – b)2 = a+ b– 2ab
a– b2 = (a + b) (a – b)

### What are the fundamental topics for formulas in Maths?

The fundamental concepts we learn for maths formulas are:
Area and perimeter of shapes
Surface areas and Volumes
Algebra
Powers and exponents
Fractions
Percentage, etc.

### What are the important Maths formulas?

The important formulas are related to algebra, Pythagoras theorem, series and sequence, mensuration, calculus, probability and statistics, trigonometry, matrices, etc.

### What are the area and perimeter formula?

The area of a shape defines the region covered by it whereas perimeter gives the total length of the outer boundary of the shape. Area is measure in square units but the perimeter is denoted by the unit of the dimension. Suppose, the formula for the area of a square is side2 sq.units. and perimeter of a square is 4(side) units.

### What is a3 – b3 formula?

The formula for a– b3 is given by:
a– b3 = (a – b) (a+ ab + b2 )