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Math 20-3 Chapter 3 Perimeter, Area, Volume, & Surface Area @pbhs
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Vocabulary terms, perimeter, area, volume, & surface area
Terms in this set (28)
area of parallelogram
A=b*h
area of rectangle
A=l*w
to find a shape in a shape
area of big shape, area of small shape, subtract small from large
area of triangle
A=1/2 (b*h)
area of trapezoid
A=1/2h(b1+b2)
area of circle
A=π*radius squared
polyhedron
three dimensional object with flat surfaces
faces
flat surfaces
edge
two faces of a three dimensional figure share a side
vertex
a point at which three or more edges meet
prism
a 3-D shape with ends that are congruent parallel polygons, and sides that are parallelograms
base
the bottom and top of a figure
cylinder
same as prism but circular
pyramid
one polygon shaped base and tree or more triangular faces
cone
a circular base and a curved surface-meets in tip at top
volume of rectangular prism
V=l
w
h
volume of cylinder
V=π
radius squared
*h
surface area
the sum of the areas of its surfaces
net
the pattern made when the surface of a three dimensional figure is laid out flat
volume
the number of cubic units needed to fill a space
SA of rectangular prism
2hw+2lh+2lw
2w+2l
perimeter of rectangle
π x radius squared
area of circle
Volume of pyramid
V = 1/3 B x h
B
area of base of object
Volume of cone
V = 1/3 π
radius squared
*h
Capacity
The amount a three dimensional object can hold; usually measured in mL or L
lateral face
a face that connects the bases of a prism or cylinder, or connects to the base of a pyramid or cone
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