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A.V. #3

Achievement Review Vocabulary #3

diameter A line segment that passes through the center of a circle or sphere and has endpoints on the circle or sphere. Twice the length of the radius.
surface area A measure of the surface of a 3-dimensional figure.
mean The average of s set of numbers.
circumference The distance around a circle or a sphere; the perimeter of a circle.
congruent Having exactly the same size and shape.
dilation The image of a figure having a size change (stretching).
dimensions The length of the sides of a geometric figure.
parallel Never meeting and always the same distance apart.
edges The line segment where two faces of a 3 dimensional figure meet.
faces A plane that serves as one side of a solid figure.
vertices The points at which two edges or faces of a 3 dimensional figure meet.
perimeter The distance around a figure.
range The difference between the maximum and the minimum in a set of data.
radius A line segment from the center of a circle or a spere to any point on the circle or sphere.
area The number of square units needed to cover the inside of a figure.
Created by: arausch1