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Chapter 10 Lesson 5-11
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Congruent
Figures having the same shape and the same size.
Similar
Having the same shape but a different size.
Line of symmetry
A line segment that divides a geometric figure into two congruent parts.
Circle
A set of -points that are the same distance from a given point, called the center.
Circumference
The distance around a circle.
Radius (plural radii)
The distance from the center of a circle to the circle.
chord
A line that passes through the center of a circle.
Diameter
A chord that passes through the center of a circle.
Tangent
A line that touches a circle in exactly one point but does not intersect.
Semicircle
Half a circle
Sector
The area enclosed between two radii and an arc of the circle.
Arc
A segment on a circle bounded by two endpoints
Pi or *
The ratio of the circumference of a circle to it's diameter.
Rectangular solid
A three-dimensional figure whose sides and bases are rectangles.
Net
A solid shape laid out flat.
Prism
A solid figure with two parallel bases that are polygons of the same shape and size.
Cylinder
A solid figure with two equal circular bases that are parallel.
Volume
Number of cubic units of measure that a solid contains.
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