Question relating to surface areas and volumes are common in BMAT exams.
It is important to know surface areas and volumes of some common shapes.
2-D shapes do not have three dimensions. therefore, they cannot have a volume.
|Rectangle||2 (l + b)||l x b|
|Triangle||Sum of 3 sides||½ (b x h)|
|Trapezium||Sum of 4 sides||½ (a + b) h|
|Cuboid||2lh + 2wh + 2lw||(l x b x h)|
|Cylinder||2πrh + 2πr²||πr²h|
|Cone||πr [r + √(h²+r²)]||πr²(h ÷ 3)|