# GMAT Geometry Formulas | Geometry Cheat Sheet [PDF]

Geometry is one of the important sections for GMAT Quant Section. Most aspirants find geometry formulas difficult due to large number of concepts for GMAT. So, here we are providing a large number of formulas and tips of geometry covering the concepts of coordinate geometry, lines, triangles, various theorems and areas, volumes and of different geometrical figures. One of the most basic GMAT topics is Geomety. It's merely a continuation of high school math. The fundamentals of this notion are significant not only in their own right, but also in answering questions about other concepts. All geometry problems need the use of the geometry formulas. We may simplify your work and save a lot of time by using the geometry formula. So, here are the formulas for GMAT Quant geometry section. We are providing the PDF of Geometry Formulas. You can download PDF below.

**Outline of various topics covered in Geometry formulas for GMAT PDF**:

- Collinear and concurrent lines
- Distance between two lines
- Supplementary angles, complementary angles
- types of angles: obtuse angle, acute triangle and right angle

- Slope of a line
- Equations of a line
- Equation of circle

- Types of triangles: acute-angled triangle, right-angled triangle, obtuse-angled triangle
- Median, altitude, perpendicular bisector, angular bisector
- Orthocentre, centroid, circumcentre, and their properties with respective various triangles.
- Theorems such as Pythagoras' theorem, Midpoint theorem, Basic proportionality theorem, internal angular bisector theorem and exterior angular bisector theorem and their explanations.
- Similar and congruent triangles.
- Formulas for areas of a triangle
- Special triangles (like 30º, 60º and 90° triangle and 45°,45° and 90° triangle)
- Circumradius and inradius

- Various properties and formulas of circles and theorems such as the inscribed angle theorem,
- Area of a sector and segment

- Cyclic quadrilateral, its properties and formulas
- Regular polygon, number of diagonals and its internal and external angles
- Area and formulas for regular hexagonal polygon
- Areas of triangle, rectangle, trapezoid, parallelogram, square, rhombus, kite

- Volume, total surface area and lateral surface area of different solids such as cube, cuboid, pyramid, prism, cylinder, cone, cone frustum, sphere and hemisphere

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