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a quadrilateral with both pairs of oppisite sides paralle and equal in length parallelogram
a parallelogram with four right angles rectangle
a parallelogram with all sides the same length rhombus
a rectangle with all sides the same length square
a quadrilateral with only one pair of parallel sides trapozoid
figures that are the same shape,but no necessarily the same size similar figures
figures that are the same shape and size congruent
a solid figure with two congruent bases. Prisims are names by the shape of the bases. prism
any flat surface of a space figure face
where two faces meet edge
a point where three edges meet vertex
a prism whose faces and bases are regtangler rectangular prism
a prism with six congruent square faces cube
a prisim whose bases are triangle triangular prism
a solid with one base. pyramids are named by the shape of the base Pyramid
a pyramid with a square base and four triangular faces. square pyramid
a pyramid with a triangular base and three triangular faces. triangular pyramid
a solid figure with no flat surfaces sphere
a soild figure with two flat surfaces cylinder
a solid figure with one flat surface. cone
the change of position of a figure trans
moves a figure up,down,or over. slide
produces a mirror image of a figure flip
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