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3D
100
This polygon has six sides
What is a hexagon
100
This line segments stems from the center point to an outer edge
What is radius
100
A line with two ending points
What is segment
100
tri
What is 3
100
six faces, 8 vertices, 12 edgesall equal
What is cube
200
A triangle with two congruent sides
What is isosceles
200
This line is the radius doubled
What is diameter
200
A line that continues in only one direction
What is a ray
200
hex
What is 6
200
4 faces, 4 vertices, 6 edges
What is triangular pyramid
300
A polygon with 10 sides
What is decagon
300
The special name for a circle's perimeter
What is circumference
300
An angle greater than 90 degrees and less than 180 degrees
What is obtuse
300
octa
What is 8
300
5 faces, 8 edges, 5 verices
What is a rectangular pyramid
400
The polygon with 7 sides
What is heptagon
400
There are this many degrees in a circle
What is 360
400
The common endpoint of two rays
What is vertex
400
penta
What is 5
400
one flat face, one vertex
What is cone
500
This polygon boasts twelve sides
What is dodecagon
500
The ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter
What is pi
500
What is the line opposite the right angle in a right triangle. It is also the longest line of the three
What is hypotenuse
500
nono
What is 9
500
4 pi r squared is the formula for finding the surface area of this 3 D shape
What is shpere
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