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# Solid Figures

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Jefferson Elementary 5th Grade Math Students

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## Solid FiguresPresentation Transcript

• Solid Figures By Selina and Nadezdha
• Solid Figures
• A solid figure has length, width, height, and takes up space.
• Each flat surface The faces on the top and
• is a face . Each face bottom are called bases .
• Is a polygon.
• The line segment formed
• Where two faces meet is an edge . The point where three or more
• edges meet is a vertex .
• Prisms
• A prism is a solid figure that has two parallel congruent bases joined by rectangular faces. Each prism is named by the shape of its base. Pentagonal prism triangular prism rectangular prism cube
• Pyramids
• A pyramid has one base that can be any polygon. All of the faces are triangles that share a vertex.
• triangular square pentagonal
• pyramid pyramid pyramid
• Solid Figures
• Some solid figures have curved surfaces.
• bases curved bases curved surface
• surface
• cylinder cone sphere
• Draw each solid figure. cone cube cylinder