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front 1 Perimeter | back 1 The distance around a geometric figure. |

front 2 Area of Rectangle | back 2 A = lw |

front 3 Area of Square | back 3 A = s |

front 4 Area of Parallelogram | back 4 A = bh |

front 5 Area of Triangle | back 5 A = 1/2bh |

front 6 Area of Trapezoid | back 6 A = 1/2 (b |

front 7 Circle | back 7 The set of all points in a plane that are the same distance from a given point. |

front 8 Center | back 8 The given point from which all points on the circle are the same distance. |

front 9 Radius | back 9 The distance from the center of the circle to any point on the circle. |

front 10 Diameter | back 10 The distance across a circle through its center. |

front 11 Circumference of Circle | back 11 C = 2πr or πd |

front 12 Area of Circle | back 12 A = π r² |

front 13 Prism | back 13 A polyhedron that has two parallel, congruent bases in the shape of polygons. |

front 14 Pyramid | back 14 A polyhedron that has a polygon for a base and triangles for sides. |

front 15 Cylinder | back 15 A solid that has two parallel, congruent bases (usually circular) connected with a curved side. |

front 16 Cone | back 16 A 3-D figure with one circular base. A curved surface connects the base and vertex. |

front 17 Sphere | back 17 Three dimensional, geometrical shape, that has all its surface points equidistant from a common point. |

front 18 Face | back 18 Any of the individual flat surfaces of a solid object. |

front 19 Edge | back 19 For a polygon: A line segment on the boundary joining one vertex (corner point) to another. |

front 20 Vertices | back 20 A point at which two polygon edges meet. |

front 21 Cross Section | back 21 A view into the inside of something made by cutting through it. |

front 22 Surface Area of Rectangular Prism | back 22 SA = 2lw + 2lh + 2wh |

front 23 Surface Area of Cylinder | back 23 SA = 2πrh+2πr |

front 24 Surface Area of Pyramids | back 24 SA=B+12ps, where B is the area of the base, p is the perimeter of the base, and s is the slant height. |

front 25 Surface Area of Cones | back 25 SA = πr(l+r) |

front 26 Volume of Rectangular Prism | back 26 V = lwh |

front 27 Volume of Cylinders | back 27 V = πr |

front 28 Volume of Pyramids | back 28 V=(lwh)/3 |

front 29 Volume of Cones | back 29 V = (πr |

front 30 Volume of Spheres | back 30 V = (4/3)πr |

front 31 Great Circle | back 31 The intersection of the sphere and a plane that passes through the center point of the sphere. |

front 32 Hemisphere | back 32 Exactly half of a sphere. |

front 33 Similar Figures | back 33 Figures that have the same shape but not necessarily the same size. |

front 34 Similar Solids | back 34 Solids that have the same shape but not necessarily the same size. |