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 the FLAT surface of a solid FACE a POLYGON that has ALL congruent sides and angles. REGULAR POLYGON the numbers in an ordered pari- representing the X & Y axis COORDINATES the AREA of the base of a prism times the height VOLUME the PRODUCT of a given number and another whole number MULTIPLE the LARGEST factor that two or more numbers have in common GREATEST FACTOR the SMALLEST number that is a common multiple of 2 or more numbers LEAST COMMON NUMBER a number that is MULTIPLIED by another number to get a product (6x7=42) FACTOR a whole number that had EXACTLY TWO factors (11x1=11, 1x11=11, or 1x 13=13 or 13x1=13 or 7x1=7, 7x1=7) PRIME NUMBER a whole number that has THREE or MORE factors COMPOSITE NUMBER the POINT where two RAYS or two EDGES of a solid meet VERTEX the LINE segment where TWO FACES of a solid meet EDGE a PARALLEOGRAM with FOUR congruent sides RHOMBUS TWO LINES that INTERCET and form FOUR right ANGLES PERPENDICULAR LINES the DIFFERENCE between the greastes and least number in a set of data RANGE the number that occurs MOST often in a set of data MODE lines in a PLANE that never intersect PARALLEL LINES the MIDDLE number in a set of data MEDIAN an angle that measures EXACTLY 90 RIGHT ANGLE angle that measures more than 90 but LESS THAN 180 ABTUSE ANGLE an angle that measures LESS THAN 90 ACUTE ANGLE Two lines that intersect BUT do not form four right angles OBLIQUE LINES tha AVERAGE of a set of data MEAN