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10.1: Classification of Solid Figures

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Cone

A cone is a solid three-dimensional figure with a circular base and one vertex.

Cylinder

A cylinder is a solid figure with two parallel congruent circular bases.

Plane Figure

A plane figure is a flat, two-dimensional figure.

Prism

A prism is a three-dimensional object with two congruent parallel bases that are polygons.

Pyramid

A pyramid is a three-dimensional object with a base that is a polygon and triangular faces that meet at one vertex.

Solid Figure

A solid figure is a three-dimensional figure with height, width and depth.

Sphere

A sphere is a round, three-dimensional solid. All points on the surface of a sphere are equidistant from the center of the sphere.

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