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Geo_6.4

Vocabulary for Geometry_6.4

TermDefinition
lateral face In a prism, the faces that are not bases. In a pyramid, faces that intersect at the vertex.
lateral edge In a prism, the intersection of two adjacent lateral faces. In a pyramid, lateral edges are the edges of the lateral faces that join the vertex to vertices of the base.
base edge The intersection of the lateral faces and bases in a solid figure.
altitude In a prism or cylinder, a segment perpendicular to the bases with an endpoint in each plane. In a pyramid and cone, the segment that has the vertex as one endpoint and is perpendicular to the base.
lateral area For prisms, pyramids, cylinders, and cones, the area of the faces of the figure not including the bases.
axis In a cylinder, the segment with endpoints that are centers of the bases. In a cone, the segment with endpoints that are the vertex and the center of the base.
composite area The sum of the areas of the basic figures that a composite figure can be separated into.
regular pyramid A pyramid with a base that is a regular polygon.
slant height The height of the lateral side of a pyramid or cone.
Created by: mtoepper