How can you define a shape? How do we use shapes to compose new shapes?
a polygon with four sides and opposite equal sides
polygon with four sides and all sides equal in length
polygon with four sides and exactly one set of parallel sides
polygon with three sides and three angles
characteristic of a shape
a round shape that has no beginning or end
half of a circle
1/4 of a circle
The point furthest from the base of an object.
A three-dimensional figure with two parallel and congruent circles as bases, one curved surface, two curved edges, and no vertices
A three-dimensional figure with one curved surface, one flat surface (usually circular), one curved edge, and one apex ( special vertex that is only located at the top of a cone or pyramid).
A prism with six rectangular faces.
A three-dimensional figure that has two congruent and parallel faces that are polygons. The remaining faces are parallelograms.
A plane figure that serves as one side of a solid figure
A plane figure. If the solid is a cylinder or prism, there are two bases that are parallel and congruent.
The point at which two line segments, lines, or rays meet to form an angle.
where two lines meet
a shape that begins and ends at the same point
a shape that has an opening
to make by combining
A regular solid having six equal square faces.
The line segment where two faces of a solid figure meet.
one of two equal parts
A line segment connected to other segments to form a polygon.
A three-dimensional (3D) shape
a flat shape
having length, depth and height
6 sided figure
8 sided figure
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