What mathematical name is given to this shape?

Sphere

What mathematical name is given to this shape?

Square-based Pyramid

What mathematical name is given to this shape?

Cone

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)

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

Cuboid

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

Cylinder

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

Triangular Prism

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

Hexagonal Prism

What mathematical name is given to this shape?

Tetrahedron or triangle-based pyramid

What is a prism?

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

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A square

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

An ellipse, or an oval

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A triangle

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A circle

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A trapezium

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A rhombus

** Not **a diamond

What is the mathematical name of this shape?

A kite

What is the mathematical name of the shape below?

A parallelogram

What is the mathematical name of the shape below?

A rectangle

What is the mathematical name of the shape below?

A hexagon

What is the mathematical name of the shape below?

Pentagon

What quadrilateral is being described below?

- All sides equal length

A square

What is the shape being described below?

- Three equal length sides
- Three equal angles

An equilateral triangle

What is the shape being described below?

- Three sides
- Two equal length sides
- Two equal angles

An isosceles triangle

What shape is being described below?

- Three sides, all different lengths

A scalene triangle

What quadrilateral is being described below?

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

Isoceles Trapezium

What quadrilateral is described below?

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

A rhombus

What quadrilateral is being described below?

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

A kite

What quadrilateral is described below?

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

A parallelogram

What quadrilateral is described below?

- Opposite sides are equal and parallel

A rectangle