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surface area

terms and formulas used in surface area lesson

face a flat surface of a solid
edge it is where two faces meet
vertex it is where three or more edges meet
polyhedron a three-dimensional figure whose faces or surfaces are all polygons
prism a solid with two bases and faces that are all parallelograms
pyramid a solid with one base that could be any polygon and triangle faces
cylinder has two circular bases and a lateral surface
cone has one circular base and a lateral surface that comes to a common point called its vertex
lateral surface a curved surface of a cylinder or a cone
base the face that is used to classify a solid
sphere has only one surface, which is curved, and it has no base
hemisphere half of a sphere that is cut through its center
Created by: jramos1