Shapes and Forms

Shapes and Forms - faces are a combination of rectangles...

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Column A Column B Column C Answers A_Cube a 1 -a figure with a long round body and a circular base. B_Trapezium b 2- an egg-shaped figure. C_Kite c 3 -a four-sided figure with only one pair of opposite sides parallel. D_Pyramid d 4 -a six-sided figure. E_Rhombus e 5 -a shape that has a point at one end and a circular opening at the other end. F_Cone f 6 -A shape with opposite sides equal and four right angles. G_Sphere g 7 -a solid geometric figure with six square faces. H_Cylinder h 8- a five-sided figure. I_Pentagon i 9 -A shape with four equal sides and four right angles J_Hexagon j 10 -a ball-shaped object. K_Circle k 11 -a solid geometric figure whose
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Unformatted text preview: faces are a combination of rectangles and squares. All angles are right angles. L_Rectangle l 12 -a three-sided figure. M_Oval m 13- a four-sided figure in which the two pairs of adjacent sides have the same length. N_Parallelogra m n 14 -A solid figure whose sides are triangles which meet at the top (the apex). O_Triangle o 15 -A shape with four equal sides and opposite sides are parallel (not necessarily with four right angles) P_Square p 16 -A round shape, symmetric about any diameter Q_Cuboid q 17- a four-sided figure whose opposite sides are equal and parallel....
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