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Solids Polygons Lines & Angles Figures in Motion Volume, Area & Perimeter $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500
A flat surface of a solid
What is a face?
A line segment where two faces of a solid meet
What is an edge?
A point where two or more edges meet
What is a vertex?
DAILY DOUBLE Name two of the three solids that can roll
What are cones, spheres, and cylinders?
Name two of the three solids that have only flat faces
What are cubes, rectangular prisms, and pyramids?
A figure that lies on a flat surface
What is a plane figure?
A closed plane figure made of line segments
What is a polygon?
What is a pentagon?
The three types of triangles as identified by the length of their sides
What are equilateral, isosceles, and scalene triangles?
Identify this triangle based on the length of its sides
What is a scalene triangle?
A straight path that goes on forever in both directions
What is a line?
Part of a line with only one endpoint
What is a ray?
Two rays with a common endpoint
What is an angle?
Lines that intersect at right angles
What are perpendicular lines?
Identify these lines
What are intersecting lines?
Similar, congruent, or both
What is both?
DAILY DOUBLE The motion of this figure
What is a flip?
Two figures having the same shape and size
What is congruent?
To move a figure in one direction
What is slide?
Congruent, similar, or both
What is similar?
The distance around a figure
What is perimeter?
Number of square units needed to cover a figure
What is area?
Area of this figure 8 ft. 3 ft.
What is 24 square feet?
The volume of this solid 5 units 7 units 3 units
What is 105 cubic units?
The perimeter of this figure 7 in. 12 in. 3 in. 12 in.
What is 34 inches?
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Name the three ways to describe a pair of lines
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The strand of math that deals with measurement and comparing figures, both plane and solid.
Congruent Two shapes that are the same size and shape.
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Section 12-1 Name the Solids. Prism a 3-dimensional figure with two congruent, parallel faces The bases are congruent, parallel faces. The bases lie in.
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SECTION 9-5 Volume and Surface Area Slide VOLUME AND SURFACE AREA Space Figures Volume and Surface Area of Space Figures Slide
Chapter 9 Geometry © 2008 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved.
Ch 12 and 13 Definitions. 1. polyhedron A solid with all flat surfaces that enclose a single region of space.
3-Dimensional Figures. Polygons (Two dimensional) A polygon is a geometric figure that is made up of three or more line segments that intersect only at.
SPI Solid Figures Solids enclose a part of space (3 dimensional or 3D). Solids with flat surfaces that are polygons are called POLYHEDRONS.
Surface Area and Volume of Pyramids Goal: Students will find the surface area and volume of pyramids.
Review lines, line segments, rays and angles!!! You can’t answer any CRCT questions without knowing these definitions. Review also: Right angles Acute.
Geometry Created by: Sharon Moore. A point has no length or width, it just specifies an exact location. A line is a series of points that extend forever.
Geometry Review. A location in space that is just a dot. 1.Polygon 2.Point 3.Line segment 4.Triangle
1.Square/ Rectangle: A=b x h 2.Triangle: A= ½ b x h ( a triangle is ½ of a rectangle) 3.Circle: A = r2.
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