The distance around a figure.
The amount of space inside a 2-dimensional figure. The number of square units inside a figure.
The amount of space inside a 3-dimensional figure. The number of cubic units inside an object.
The flat surfaces that form the outside of a 3-dimensional figure.
The line segments that are formed by the intersection of two faces.
A 3-dimensional figure with two congruent and parallel faces called the bases. All faces are polygons.
A 3-dimensional figure with two congruent, parallel, circular bases.
A 3-dimensional figure with common vertex and a polygon as a base; all other faces are triangles.
A 3-dimensional figure with a common vertex and a circular base.
A 3-dimensional figure in which all points are the same distance from the center.
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