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Unit 9: Geometry

area the amount space inside of a two-dimensional shape
parallelogram a quadrilateral with opposite sides parallel and opposite sides congruent
rectangular prism a three-dimensional object with two rectangular bases
perimeter distance around the outside of a shape, calculated by adding the length of all sides together
volume the amount of space a three-dimensional object occupies
trapezoid a quadrilateral with one set of parallel sides
triangle a three-sided polygon with a sum of 180 degrees in the angle measures
quadrilateral a four-sided polygon
interior angle an angle within a polygon
base the bottom of something, in mathematics, the bottom line of a plane shape or the bottom face of a solid
rectangle a quadrilateral with two pairs of opposite equal parallel sides, four right angles and two diagonals.
width distance across from side to side
length distance from one end to the other
height the measurement from top to bottom
formula a mathematical rule written using symbols, usually as an equation describing a certain relationship between quantities
fortnight a period of time lasting two weeks or fourteen days
Created by: Edfred145