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Vocabulary 7th grade

A two dimensional model that can be folded to make a solid net
A three dimensional shape with two parallel, congruent bases; all other faces are parallelograms prism
A three dimensional shape whose base is a polygon and whose faces are triangles pyramid
This represents the perimeter of the base in the surface area and volume formulas P
The line segment where two faces of a solid figure meet edge
On a prisms and cylinders, these are two congruent parallel sided that help name the figure bases
A three dimensional figure with 2 parallel bases that are congruent circles cylinder
A three dimensional shape with a circular base, a curved surface and one vertex cone
A flat surface of a three dimensional figure face
The point where two rays, two sides, or two edges meet; the top point of a cone or pyramid vertex
Name two figures that have only one base cone and pyramid
Once we have calculated the volume of a three dimensional figure, how do we label our answer cubic units
This represents the area of the base in the surface area and volume formulas B
A three dimensional shape with all points an equal distance from the center sphere
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