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CPM Course 3 - Chapter 10
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Gravity
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base (of a prism)
one of two parallel congruent polygons from which vertical line segments are drawn to create the three-dimensional figure called a prism
circumference
the perimeter (distance around) of a circle
cone
a three-dimensional figure that consists of a circular face, called the "base," a point called the "apex," and the lateral surface that connects the apex to each point on the circular boundary of the base
cube (of a number)
to multiply it by itself 3 times, or raise it to the third power
cube root
the number that can be multiplied by himself 3 times to get another given number
cylinder
a three-dimensional figure that consists of two parallel congruent circular regions (called bases) and a lateral surface containing segments connecting each point on the circular boundary of one base to the corresponding point on the circular boundary of the other
diameter
a line segment drawn through the center of a circle with both endpoints on the circle
height (of a prism, cylinder, pyramid, or cone)
the length of a segment that connects one base to another base and is perpendicular to the bases...or, with regards to a pyramid or cone, connects the base to the apex and is perpendicular to the base
lateral face
the flat side of a polyhedron...always a polygon
perfect cube
a number that is the product of an integer and itself and itself again (the cube root is an integer)
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
pyramid
a three-dimensional figure with a base that is a polygon...and lateral faces formed by connecting each vertex of the base to a single point (tip)
radius
a line segment drawn from the center of a circle to a point on the circle
sphere
the set of all points in space that are the same distance from a fixed point
square (a number)
to multiply it by itself, or raise it to the second power
square root
the number that can be multiplied by himself to get another given number
surface area
the sum of all areas of the surfaces of a three-dimensional solid
volume
the number of cubic units needed to fill an object...the amount of space inside a 3-dimensional figure
Area formula of rectangle
A = l × w
Area formula of triangle
A = ½(b × h)
Area formula of circle
A = π × r²
Volume formula of rectangular prism
V = l × w × h
Volume formula of triangular prism
Volume formula of cylinder
Volume formula of sphere
Volume formula of pyramid
Volume formula of cone
Surface Area formula of Sphere
Circumference of Circle
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