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Topic 12 vocab

three-dimensional shape (solid) A solid figure that takes up space
edge A line segment at which two faces meet in a solid
cube A solid with six flat surfaces called faces. All of the faces are squares
face A flat polygon-shaped surface of a polyhedron
vertex (of a solid) The point at which three or more edges meet in a solid. The plural form of vertex is vertices
prism A solid with two parallel bases that are the same size and same shape, and faces that are parallelograms
cylinder A solid with two circular bases that are the same size, the same shape, and parallel
pyramid A solid with a base that is a polygon and whose other faces are triangles with a common vertex
cubic units The volume of a cube 1 unit on each edge
cone A solid with one circular base; the points on the circle are joined to one point outside the base.
volume The number of cubic units needed to fill a solid figure
Created by: s.corcoran