Each one ended up containing diagrams as well as the formulas that corresponded! I decided that I didn't want to just give them everything thought. I am a strong believer in the fact that when a student writes things down on their, they remember the information better. As a result, I ended up creating two versions.
The first version has everything filled in as an answer key and as an accommodation for students with IEP's/504s. This version also works great to leave at a station for an aide during a station review.
The second version has blanks for students to fill in of the important information.
I found that this works perfect for many things. If they are printed two to a sheet, students can put them in an interactive notebook. I have also used them as a review for a quiz or test and as a catch-up tool for absent students.
check it out and let me know what you think. I have also bundle all six of my Quick Reference Sheets in a money-saving bundle! I have more planned to cover other units of Geometry and eventually I might branch out and make some for algebra!