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Chapter 22 Jeopardy What am I?DefinitionsName the Polyhedron Views and NetsFaces, Edges, Verticies 10 20 30 40 50
T or F A polygon is an closed plane figure. I have 6 lateral faces and 2 bases.
I am a pyramid. I have 5 faces.
I have 6 faces. All my faces are squares.
I am a prism and I have 10 faces.
I am a prism and my bases are octagons.
What is a solid figure with flat faces that are polygons?
What are the faces of a solid figure by which it is named?
What are the faces other than the bases in a prism or pyramid called?
A pattern of polygons that can be folded to form a polyhedron is called a ______?
The point where edges in a solid figure meet are called _______?
Give two names for the figures below.
Use the view to name the figure.
What solid figure does this net form?
Front View Top View Use the views to name the figure.
Name the figure formed by this net.
Name the figure by the top view.
How many vertices and faces does the figure have?
How many faces and edges does the figure have?
How many faces and vertices does this figure have?
What is the formula to check for faces, vertices, and edges?
The faces and vertices of a ________ are always equal.
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