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Math Unit_11

Volume Vocabulary

QuestionAnswer
Apex In a pyramid or cone, the vertex opposite the base.
Base of a Parallelogra The side of a parallelogram to which an altitude is drawn.
Base of a Prism or Cylinder Either of the two parallel and congruent faces that define the shape of a prism or cylinder.
Base of a Pyramid or a Cone The face of a pyramid or cone that is opposite its apex.
Calibrate To divide or mark a measuring tool with gradations, such as the degree marks on a thermometer.
Cone A 3-dimensional shape that has a circular base, a curved surface, and one vertex, which is called the apex.
Cube A polyhedron with 6 square faces. A cube has 8 vertices and 12 edges.
Cylinder A 3-dimensional shape that has two circular or elliptical bases that are parallel and congruent and are connected by a curved surface. A can is a cylinder shape.
Cylinder A 3-dimensional shape that has two circular or elliptical bases that are parallel and congruent and are connected by a curved surface. A can is a cylinder shape.
Edge A line segment where two faces of a polyhedron meet.
Face A flat surface on a polyhedron.
Face A flat surface on a polyhedron.
Geometric Solid A 3 dimensional shape, such as a prism, pyramid, cylinder, cone, or sphere. Despite its name, a geometric solid is hollow; it does not contain the points in its interior.
Polyhedron A geometric solid whose surfaces (faces) are all flat and formed by polygons. Each face consists of a polygon and the interior of the polygon. A polyhedron does not have any curved surface.
Polyhedron A geometric solid whose surfaces (faces) are all flat and formed by polygons. Each face consists of a polygon and the interior of the polygon. A polyhedron does not have any curved surface.
Prism A solid with two parallel faces, called bases, which are congruent polygons, and other faces that are all parallelograms. Prisms are named for the shape of their base.
Pyramid A solid in which one face, the base is any polygon and all the other faces are triangles that come together at a point called the vertex or apex. Pyramids are named for the shape of their base.
Pyramid A solid in which one face, the base is any polygon and all the other faces are triangles that come together at a point called the vertex or apex. Pyramids are named for the shape of their base.
Sphere The set of all points in space that are a given distance from a given point. The given point is the center of the sphere and the given distance is the radius.
Sphere The set of all points in space that are a given distance from a given point. The given point is the center of the sphere and the given distance is the radius.
Surface Area The measure of the surface of a 3-dimensional figure.
Vertex (vertices or vertexes) The point where the rays of an angle, the sides of a polygon, or the edges of a polyhedron meet.
Created by: mrsthompson