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Polyhedra

TermDefinition
Polyhedron A 3-D shape that consists of flat faces and straight edges. 'Poly' means many, and 'hedron' means faces.
Polyhedra The plural of polyhedron.
Face (Polyhedron) The flat polygonal surfaces of a polyhedron.
Edge (Polyhedron) The segment where two faces intersect.
Vertex (Polyhedron) A point of intersection where at least three edges meet.
Tetrahedrons A polyhedron that consists of four faces
Pentahedrons A polyhedron that consists of five faces.
Regular Polyhedron A polyhedron of which has polygonal faces and every face is identical to each other.
Regular Polyhedra The plural of a regular polyhedron.
Prism A 3-D shape with a base on the top and bottom of it and the bases are connected with rectangles.
Pyramid A 3-D shape with a single base and is connected to a vertex on the top by triangles.
Cylinder A 3-D shape similar to a prism but has circular bases and the bases are connected with a single face.
Created by: CheeseSponge