Solid figures are three-dimensional figures that have length, width and height. See some examples of three-dimensional figures below.
A prism is a figure made of two parallel faces that are polygons of the same shape and sides that are parallelograms.
A prism with triangular faces. The following is a triangular prism.
A cube is a prism with squares for sides and faces. The following is a cube.
A figure with a base that is a polygon and triangular sides. The following is a pyramid.
A cone has a circular base connected to a vertex.The following is a cone.
A cylinder has two equal circular bases that are parallel.The following is a cylinder.
A figure with a curved surface in which all points on the surface are equal distance from the center.The following is a sphere.
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