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21 Cards in this Set
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turns=rotations

movement of a figure around a fixed point


rhombus

quadrilateral whose sides
are all the same length 

scalene triangle

triangle with sides of three different lengths; no angles have the same measure


slides

movement of a figure along a straight line


triangle

polygon with 3 sides and 3 angles


square

rectangle with all sides equal


sphere

set of all points in space that are a given distance from a given point; point is center, distance is radius


trapezoid

quadrilateral with exactly one pair of parallel sides


triangular prism

a prism with triangular bases


triangular pyramid

pyramid with a triangular base


rectangular pyramid

pyramid with a rectangular base


volume

the amount of space inside a 3dimensional object; usually measured in cubic units


degrees Celsius

standard unit for temperature in metric system


3dimensional

shapes which have length, width and thickness; these shapes take up volume


2dimensional

figures which have length and width, but do not have any thickness and do not take up any volume


degrees Fahrenheit

standard unit of temperature in the U.S. Customary system


chord

line segment connecting 2 points of a circle


diagonals

line segment, other than a side, that connects 2 vertices of a polygon


diagonals

line segment, other than a side, that connects 2 vertices of a polygon


scale drawing

drawing of an object or region in which all parts are drawn to the same scale


vertex/vertices

point where the rays of an angle, the sides of a polygon, or the edges of a polyhedron meet
