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Compute

This!

Name

That

Solid

Relationships

What’s

The

Name

And

Then…

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What is the formula for the surface area of a hexahedron or cube?


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The formula for computing the surface area of a sphere.


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What is ?


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The ratio of the volume of a cone to the volume of a cylinder


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What is one-third?


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What is the formula for the surface area of a cylinder?


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What is Einstein’s matter-energy equivalence or the speed at which Math Curriculum changes in NYS?


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The other name for a regular hexahedron


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What is a cube?


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12 edges and 8 vertices


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What is a rectangular prism?


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4 Vertices

and 7 Edges


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What is a tetrahedron?


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A polyhedron with two parallel sides and parallelograms for lateral faces


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What is a prism?


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Of prism, pyramid, and cone: the one that is not a polyhedron.


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What is a cone?


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Its where two faces meet.


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What is an edge?


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Three faces meet in this


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What is a vertex?


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A solid formed by polygons


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What is a polyhedron?


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If a cylinder if not right it is this.


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What is oblique?


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Along with the hexahedron, tetrahedron and octahedron the two remaining Platonic Solids.


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What are dodecahedron and icosahedron?


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It is the Greek root for 4?


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What is tetra?


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Vertices – Edges + Faces = 2


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Who is Euler?


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He identified the five regular polyhedrons?


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Who is Plato?


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He used displacement to find the volume of a gold crown.


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Who is Archimedes?


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He said that two solids are equal in volume if all cross sections are equal in area.


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Who is Cavalieri?


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If two planes are perpendicular to the same line then…


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What is “they are parallel to each other?”


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If a plane intersects two parallel planes then the intersection…


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What is “a pair of parallel lines?”


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If a plane passes through the center of a sphere then it determines….


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What is “a great circle?”


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If a line is perpendicular to a plane then it is…


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What is ‘perpendicular to every line in that plane that passes through its foot?’


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IF geometry teachers did not learn solid geometry in HS or as an undergraduate then…..


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What is “Assistant Principals must include solid geometry as a PD topic?”


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