Knowing the correct geometry definition when explaining a geometry concept to your K-6 Student is essential. This easily navigated geometry dictionary will be a great asset to your tutoring arsenal.
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Unequal: Not equal.
Uniform cross section: When the cross section of a solid results in the same size at its base.
Vertex: The point where sides or surfaces meet to make a corner.
Vertical: At right angles to the horizon, or the x-axis on the Cartesian plane. In the image, the telephone poles are vertical.
Vertically Opposite: Directly opposite.
Volume: The capacity (measured in cubic units) of a three dimensional object.
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