## GMAT Math: If two sides of a Triangle are give

If two sides of a Triangle are given the third side would be ranging between the sum and difference of

## GMAT Math: Sum of any two sides in a Triangle

Sum of any two sides is greater than the third side.

## GMAT Math: Angles correspond to their opposite sides

Largest angle would be opposite to the longest side
Smallest angle would be opposite to the shortest side

180 degrees

## GMAT Math: Volume of Cube

Length x Length x Length

## GMAT Math: Volume of Rectangular Solid

Length x Width x Height

## GMAT Math: Surface Area of a Cube

There are going to be 6 faces. The surface area of a cube is 6 (L x L)

## GMAT Math: Surface Area of a Rectangular Solid

There are going to be 6 faces in a rectangular solid. The surface area would be 2 (lw + wl

## GMAT Math: Surface Area and Volume

Surface area refers to the amount of paint to fully cover the shape.
Volume refers to the amount of paint

## GMAT Math: Understanding Trapezoid

There would be 2 right angles and 1 rectangle.