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Flashcards in 2D and 3D Shapes Deck (30)
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1

What mathematical name is given to this shape?

Sphere

2

What mathematical name is given to this shape?

Square-based Pyramid

3

What mathematical name is given to this shape?

Cone

4

What mathematical name is given to this shape?

Cube

(Remember that if an object is a cube all of its sides must be the same length)

5

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

 

Cuboid

6

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

Cylinder

7

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

Triangular Prism

8

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

Hexagonal Prism

9

What mathematical name is given to this shape?

Tetrahedron or triangle-based pyramid

10

What is a prism?

A 3D shape which has the same cross-section along its entire length 

11

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A square

12

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

An ellipse, or an oval

13

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A triangle

14

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A circle

15

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A trapezium

16

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A rhombus

Not a diamond

17

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A kite

18

What is the mathematical name of the shape below?

A parallelogram

19

What is the mathematical name of the shape below?

A rectangle

20

What is the mathematical name of the shape below?

A hexagon

21

What is the mathematical name of the shape below?

Pentagon

22

What quadrilateral is being described below?

  • All sides equal length

A square

23

What is the shape being described below?

  • Three equal length sides
  • Three equal angles

An equilateral triangle

24

What is the shape being described below?

  • Three sides
  • Two equal length sides 
  • Two equal angles

An isosceles triangle

25

What shape is being described below?

  • Three sides, all different lengths

A scalene triangle

26

What quadrilateral is being described below?

  • One pair of parallel sides
  • One pair of equal length sides
  • Two pairs of equal angles

Isoceles Trapezium

 

27

What quadrilateral is described below?

  • All sides equal length
  • Two pairs of equal and opposite angles

A rhombus

28

What quadrilateral is being described below?

  • One pair of equal angles
  • Two pairs of equal length sides

A kite

29

What quadrilateral is described below?

  • Opposite sides are equal and parallel.
  • Two pairs of equal angles

A parallelogram

30

What quadrilateral is described below?

  • Opposite sides are equal and parallel

A rectangle