.privatepwd{background:url(/flashcards/img/Password-protected_normal.png) no-repeat left;display:block;padding-left:15px;height:20px;background-position:4px 4px;float:left;}.privatepwd:hover{background:url(/flashcards/img/Password-protected_hover.png) no-repeat left;display:block;padding-left:15px;height:20px;background-position:4px 4px;float:left;}.private{background:url(/flashcards/img/Private_normal.png) no-repeat left;display:block;padding-left:15px;height:20px;background-position:2px 0px;float:left;margin-top:2px}.private:hover{background:url(/flashcards/img/Private_hover.png) no-repeat left;display:block;padding-left:15px;height:20px;background-position:2px 0px;float:left;margin-top:2px} What Is The Difference Between 2D Shapes And 3D Shapes, Geometry Vocabulary

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These Flashcards Can Be Used To Study The Vocabulary In Geometry.  Used In Elementary Math To Learn The Difference Between 2D Shapes And 3D Shapes

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 Front Back Parallelogram a quadrilateral with 2 sets of parallel sides Rhombus a quadrilateral with 2 sets of Equal parallel sides Trapezoid a quadrilateral with a pair of opposite sides parallel Quadrilateral has ONLY 4 straight lines Square a quadrilateral with 4 equal sides Rectangle a quadrilateral with 4 sides, opposite sides are parallel and of equal length Parallel Two lines that never meet Triangle a polygon with 3 sides Hexagon polygon with 6 sides Octagon polygon with 8 sides Vertex the point where 2 lines meet face 1 side of a solid figure symmetry a line that divides a figure into 2 equal halves cylinder this figure has 2 circular faces and does not have a vertex rectangular solid this figure has 6 rectangular faces sphere this figure has 0 faces, 0 edges, and 0 vertices pyramid this figure has 4 triangular faces, one square face, and 5 vertices cone this figure has 1 circular face and 1 vertex Cube has six equal square faces
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