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JANE DOMINIQUE C.

DELA CRUZ
BS ARCHI 1-C

Polyhedron
A solid with flat faces (from Greek poly-
meaning "many" and -hedron meaning
"face").

Each flat surface (or "face") is a polygon.

Polyhedron examples: prisms, pyramids, cubes


and many more.

Solid
A three dimensional (3D) object. The 3 dimensions are called width, depth and height. Examples
include spheres, cubes, pyramids and cylinders.

Solid
A three dimensional (3D) object. The 3 dimensions
are called width, depth and height. Examples include
spheres, cubes, pyramids and cylinders.

Section of solid
An object is cut by some imaginary
cutting plane to understand the
internal details of that object.
JANE DOMINIQUE C. DELA CRUZ
BS ARCHI 1-C

Cube
A box-shaped solid object that has six identical square faces.

Rectangular Parallelepiped
A parallelepiped (alternate spelling parallelopiped) is a
polyhedron with six faces bounded by three pairs of parallel
planes, so all its faces are parallelograms. It is also a prism
the base of which is a parallelogram.

Prism
A solid object with two identical ends and flat
sides.

The shape of the ends give the prism a name,


such as "triangular prism"

• The cross section is the same all along its length


• The sides are parallelograms (4-sided shape
with opposites sides parallel)
• It is also a polyhedron

Cylinder
A solid object with:
• two identical flat ends that are circular or elliptical • and
one curved side.
It has the same cross-section from one end to the other.