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Volume

Volume Vocabulary Words

TermDefinition
2-D Figure A geometric figure that has length and width; a plane figure
3-D Figure A geometric figure that has length, width, and height; a solid figure
Net a 2-D pattern of a 3-D figure
Volume the amount of space inside a 3-D figure without any gaps or overlaps
Prism a 3-D figure with 2 parallel, congruent faces called bases, and at least 3 faces that are rectangles
Rectangular Prism a 3-D figure with 6 rectangular faces, 12 edges, and 8 vertices
Cube a 3-D figure with 6 faces that are congruent squares
Composite Figure a figure made up of 2 or more 3-D figures
Unit A quantity used as a standard form of measurement
Unit Cube a cube with a side length of 1 unit
Face a flat surface of a 3-D figure
Edge the line segment where 2 faces of a 3-D figure meet
Vertex the point where 3 or more faces of a 3-D figure meet
Base a face upon which a solid figure can "sit"
Height a measurement from the base to the top of a figure
Decompose to separate into components
Congruent the same
Created by: kborlin