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area the number of square units needed to cover an area, squared
square a quadrilateral with four equal sides and four right angles
rectangle a quadrilateral with 2 sets of parallel sides and four right angles
trapezoid a quadrilateral with one set of parallel sides
triangle a polygon with three sides
height this side forms a right angle with the base
polyhedron a 3-d figure with at least 4 polygon shaped faces
face a flat surface on a polyhedron
edge where 2 faces meet on a polyhedron
vertex point, where 3 edges meet on a polyhedron
base flat face used to name polyhedrons
prism polyhedron with 2 congruent parallel faces, all other faces rectangles
pyramid polyhedron with one base, all other faces triangles
cone a 3-d figure with one vertex and one circular base
cylinder a 3-d figure with two circular bases
surface area the total area of all surfaces of a 3-d shape, squared
volume the amount of cubic units that fit inside of a solid figure,cubed
cube a rectangular prism composed of six squares
Created by: mdlittle