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# "_6.7.1-5"

### "6th Grade MathThematics Module 7. Sections 1-5 Collective"

Question | Answer |
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square inch (in.^2) | 144 sq. inches = 1 square foot |

square foot (ft.^2) | 9 sq. feet = 1 square yard |

square yard (yd.^2) | 4840 sq. = yards = 1 acre |

intersect | two segments or figures that meet at a common point |

perpendicular | the relationship between two lines or segments that meet at a right angle |

height (of a parallelogram) | the perpendicular distance between bases of a parallelogram |

base (of a parallelogram) | the bottom line of a parallelogram |

base (of a triangle) | the bottom line of a triangle |

height (of a triangle) | the measurement from the top to the bottom of a triangle |

volume | the amount of space an object contains |

cubic unit | a unit for measuring volume |

cubic centimeter | a standard unit for measuring volume equivalent to 1000 cubic millimeters |

plane | a flat surface that extends forever |

prism | a type of space figure made up of flat surfaces that re shaped like polygons. It has two bases that are congruent and lie in parallel planes. The other faces are parallelograms |

face | a flat surface of a space figure |

base of a prism | the polygon plane of a prism |

edge | a segment on a space figure where two faces meet |

vertex (plural : vertices) | a point where three or more edges meet |

net | a flat figure that can be cut out and folded to form a space figure |

pyramid | a space figure that has one polygon-shaped base. All the other faces are triangles that meet at a single vertex |

ounce (oz) | standard imperial unit for measuring weight: equal to 437.5 grains |

pound (lb) | standard imperial unit for measuring weight: equal to 16 ounces |

ton | standard imperial unit for measuring weight: equal to 2000 pounds |

circle | the set of points in a plane that are all the same distance from a given point, the center |

center | the middle point of an object |

radius (plural: radii) | a segment from the center of a circle to any point on the circle and the length of such a segment |

chord | a segment that connects two points on a circle |

diameter | a chord that passes through the center of a circle and the length of such a chord |

circumference | the distance around a circle |

pi | the ratio of circumference to diameter for any circle. The value is approximately 3.14 |

cylinder | a space figure that has a curved surface and two parallel, congruent bases |

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