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# Filling and Wrapping

QuestionAnswer
Three-Dimensional Not flat. (Sometimes drawn to look not flat)
Two-Dimensional Flat
Volume The amount of space inside a 3Dimensional shape.
Surface The outside layer of an object.
Base The bottom of a shape.
Cone A 3-dimensional object that has a circular base and one vertex (point on top).
Cube A box-shaped object that has six identical (same) square faces.
Cylinder A shape with one curved surface and two circular bases that are the same size.
Edge The outside of a shape
Face A side of a 3D shape
Flat Pattern A 3-dimensional shape spread out to show which shapes are put together to make the solid.
Prism A solid object that has two identical ends and all flat sides.
Rectangular Prism A solid (3-dimensional) object which has six faces that are rectangles.
Sphere A 3 dimensional circle. A ball.
Surface Area How big the size of a surface is.
Unit Cube A cube that is used to measure the volume of a box.
Area The size a surface takes up.
Perimeter The Distance around the outside of a shape.
Formula Numbers and symbols that show how to work something out.
Factor Numbers you multiply together to get another number
Dimensions A measurement of length in one direction.
Vertex The point (corner) at which two or more edges meet.
Pyramid A 3-D figure who's base is a polygon and the other faces are triangles that share a common vertex.
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