Chapter 9 Quizlet
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The number of square units needed to fill up a region on a flat surface
(1) Of a triangle: any side of a triangle to which a height is drawn.
(2) Of a trapezoid: either of the two parallel sides.
(3) Of a parallelogram (including rectangle, rhombus, and square): any side to which a height is drawn.
The perimeter (distance around) of a circle.
The intersection of a three-dimensional solid and a plane.
A unit for measuring angles. Usually denoted by °
A line segment drawn through the center of a circle with both endpoints on the circle.
In three dimensions, a line segment formed by the intersection of two faces of a polyhedron.
One of the flat surfaces of a polyhedron, including the base(s).
A statistical prediction.
The set of numbers that cannot be expressed in the form a/b, where a and b are integers and b ≠ 0. For example, π and √2
The (flat) side of a polyhedron. It is always a polygon.
An indication of the size or magnitude of a geometric figure.
A two-dimensional closed figure of three or more line segments (sides) connected end to end. Each segment is a side and only intersects the endpoints of its two adjacent sides. Each point of intersection is a vertex.
A three-dimensional figure with no holes for which all faces are polygons.
The ratio of the circumference (C) of the circle to its diameter (d).
A three-dimensional figure with a base that is a polygon. The lateral faces are formed by connecting each vertex of the base to a single point (the vertex of the pyramid) that is above or below the surface that contains the base.
right rectangular prism
A three-dimensional figure that consists of two parallel congruent polygons (called bases) and a vertical surface containing segments connecting each point on each side of one base to the corresponding point on the other base. The lateral surface of a prism consists of parallelograms.
The sum of all the area(s) of the surface(s) of a three-dimensional solid.
(1) For a two-dimensional geometric shape: a point where two or more line segments or rays meet to form a "corner," such as in a polygon or angle.
(2) For a three-dimensional polyhedron: a point where the edges of the solid meet.
A measurement of the size of the three-dimensional region enclosed within an object.
A segment whose endpoints both lie on the circle.