Name__________________________________        Date ___________________ Mrs. Labuski & Mrs. Rooney Period ______      Lesso...
A three-dimensional             figure with two          Not aCylinder           parallel, congruent     polyhedron       ...
Name__________________________________     Date ___________________ Mrs. Labuski & Mrs. Rooney Period ______   Lesson 10-6...
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Lesson 10 6 solid figures

  1. 1. Name__________________________________ Date ___________________ Mrs. Labuski & Mrs. Rooney Period ______ Lesson 10-6 Solid FiguresVOCABULARY DEFINITION EXAMPLEPolyhedron A three-dimensional object, or solid figure Face A flat surface on a polyhedron face edge Edge When two faces share a side On a solid figure a Vertex point at which three or vertex more edges meet A polyhedron with two Rectangular Prism Hexagonal Prism Prism congruent, polygon- shaped parallel bases Triangular Prism Pentagonal Prism A side or face of a Base polyhedron by which the figure is named A polyhedron with a polygon base and Pyramid triangular sides that all meet at a common Triangular Rectangular vertex. pyramid pyramid
  2. 2. A three-dimensional figure with two Not aCylinder parallel, congruent polyhedron circular bases. because they have circular faces which A three-dimensional means they Cone figure with one vertex are not and one circular base. polygons.
  3. 3. Name__________________________________ Date ___________________ Mrs. Labuski & Mrs. Rooney Period ______ Lesson 10-6 Solid FiguresVOCABULARY DEFINITION EXAMPLEPolyhedron Face Edge Vertex Prism Base Pyramid
  4. 4. Cylinder Cone

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