The surface area of a sphere is the amount of area of the curved surface of the sphere. It can be calculated by sqaring the radius and then multiplying this by 4 and again by Pi.
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 A tangent and radius meet at 90 degrees
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 Angles in the same segment are equal
 Angles in triangles
 Area of a circle
 Area of a parallelogram
 Area of a rectangle
 Area of a sector
 Area of a square
 Area of a trapezium
 Area of a triangle
 Areas of compound rectilinear shapes
 Areas of nonrightangled triangles
 Bearings
 Circle theorems
 Circumference of a circle
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 Cosine rule
 Density
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 Length of an arc
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 Pressure
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 Properties of 3D shapes
 Pythagoras' Theorem
 Reflections
 Rotations
 Similar triangles
 Similarity
 Sine
 Sine rule
 Speed
 Sum of angles in a polygon
 Surface area of a cone
 Surface area of a cuboid
 Surface areas of prisms
 Surface areas of pyramids
 Tangent
 Tangents from the same point are the same length
 The alternate segment theorem
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