# Geometry

- Angle of a Pie Slice - Calculate the angle of a pie slice by dividing 360 degrees by the total number of slices. It identifies each slice's angle in a circular division.
- Area of a Cube - The volume of a cube is calculated by raising the length of one of the sides to the power of 3. This calculator helps find the volume.
- Area of a Rectangle - The area of a rectangle is calculated by multiplying its length by its width. This calculator helps find the area.
- Area of a Square - The area of a square is calculated by squaring the length of one of its sides. This calculator helps find the area.
- Area of a Triangle (Trigonometry) - The area of a triangle is calculated by multiplying its base length by its height and then dividing the product by 2. This calculator helps find the area.
- Area of an Obtuse Triangle - The area of an obtuse triangle can be calculated by multiplying its base and height, and then taking half of that value. This calculator helps find the area.
- Base of a Triangle Given Area and Height - Calculate the base of a triangle using its area and height with this formula. Learn how to derive the base when the area and height are known.
- Circumference of a Circle - The circumference of a circle is calculated by multiplying its radius by 2 and then by π. This calculator helps find the circumference.
- Circumference of a Circle from Diameter - The circumference of a circle is calculated by multiplying the diameter with π. This calculator helps find the circumference from the diameter.
- Circumference of a Sphere - The circumference of a sphere is calculated by multiplying the value of π with the diameter of the sphere. This calculator helps find the circumference.
- Diagonal of a Rectangle - Calculates the diagonal of a rectangle using the Pythagorean theorem.
- Diameter of a Cone - The diameter of a cone is calculated by multiplying the radius of the cone by 2. This calculator helps find the diameter.
- Diamond Method - The Diamond Method calculates the total distance by adding up two times the starting distance and two times the ending distance.
- Distance Between Two Points - The distance between two points in a plane is calculated using the distance formula derived from the Pythagorean theorem.
- Distance Between Two Points (Euclidean) - Calculates Euclidean distance between two points (x1, y1) and (x2, y2) using the square root of the sum of the squares of the differences between both coordinates.
- Trigonometry - Heron's Formula - Heron's formula allows calculation of a triangle's area given the lengths of its sides. It is useful in various applications requiring measurements of area in fields like surveying and astronomy.
- Hypotenuse of a Right Triangle - The hypotenuse of a right triangle is calculated using the Pythagorean theorem, and this calculator helps find the hypotenuse length.
- Manhattan Distance - The Manhattan distance measures the grid-based distance between two points by summing the absolute x and y coordinate differences. Learn how to calculate it.
- Midpoint Formula - The midpoint formula calculates the midpoint between two given points in a coordinate plane.
- Midpoint of a Line Segment - The midpoint of a line segment in a Cartesian plane is calculated by taking the average of the x-coordinates of the endpoints for the x-coordinate of the midpoint, and similarly for the y-coordinate. This calculator helps find the midpoint.
- Perimeter of a Quadrilateral - The perimeter of a quadrilateral is calculated by adding the lengths of all its sides. This calculator helps find the perimeter.
- Pythagorean Theorem
- Slope of a Line - The slope of a line is calculated as the vertical change divided by the horizontal change. This calculator helps find the slope of a line given two points.
- Slope of a Line Between Two Points - This calculator helps find the slope of a line between two points.
- Surface Area of a Sphere
- Volume of a Cylinder - The volume of a cylinder is determined by multiplying the base area by the height. This calculator helps find the volume of a cylinder.
- Volume of a Sphere - The volume of a sphere is calculated using the formula (4/3) × π × r^3