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Geometry and Symmetr

TermDefinition
line a set of connecting points that go on forever in both directions
side one of the line segments that makes a two-dimensional face
plane a flat surface that goes on forever in all directions
square a rectangle with four equal sides and four right angles
base a special face of a three-dimensional figure
symmetry when a shape is exactly the same if you flip or turn it over a line
sphere a three-dimensional figure shaped like a ball
vertex a point where two or more straight lines or faces meet to form an angle
cube a three-dimensional shape that has six equal square faces
angle a figure made of two rays that meet at the same endpoint
figure another name for a two dimensional or three dimensional shape
circle a closed, round, two-dimensional shape
edge the line segment where two faces meet on a three-dimensional figure
solid a figure with three dimensions: height, width and depth
face the flat surface of a three-dimensional solid
rectangular prism a three-dimensional figure with six rectangular faces
rectangle a quadrilateral with four two pairs of congruent, parallel sides, and four right angles
Created by: Vigilrs