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ShapesMisc. Terms Angles
This shape has five sides and five Corners. Pentagon
This triangle has two equal Sides. Isosceles triangle
This is a segment from the center of the circle to any point on the circle. Radius
What is the answer to a problem. Quotient
This shape has six sides and six corners. Hexagon
This triangle has no equal sides. Scalene triangle
This is a segment passing through the center with both end points on the circle. Diameter
2,4 What is the point where an angle is formed; the corner point of a geometric figure. Vertex
This solid shape has 1 face which is a circle and a point at the other end. Cone
This angle is more than 90 but less than 180. Obtuse angle
What are two measures with the exact same value. Congruent
What is a four sided polygon_______. Quadrilateral
This solid shape has no faces, no vertices, and no edges. Sphere
This triangle has three equal sides. Equilateral triangle
What is a three-dimensional figure with triangles for sides or faces. Pyramid
True or false: the product is an answer in a multiplication problem. True
5,1 This solid shape has two faces that are circles, sides shaped like the outside of a tube. Cylinder
5,2 This angle is less than 90. Acute angle
Use me when a problem does not come out even. Remainder
What is the number that is dividing the dividend in a division problem. Divisor
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