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Sebald. Geometric Solids. Introduction. Geometric Solids are 3-Dimensional (or “3-D”) shapes – which means they have the 3 . dimensions. of width, depth, and height. Basic examples are spheres, cubes, cylinders, and pyramids. But there are lots of others. Some geometric solids have .

In Perspective. Symmetry and Regularity. Objects that are symmetrical look the same from several different views, or two sides are mirror images of each other.. Symmetric solids are referred to as regular, or Platonic solids..

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I can name three-dimensional figures. Vocabulary. polyhedron cylinder. face pyramid. edge cone. vertex sphere. prism. base. A . polyhedron. is a three-dimensional object with flat surfaces, called .

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