Figure | Description | Examples |

Prism | A prism is a three-dimensional figure with two parallel congruent faces, called bases, and lateral faces in the shape of parallelograms. Prisms are named according to the shape of their bases. | Right Hexagonal Prism |

Rectangular prism | A prism whose bases and lateral faces are rectangles. | |

Cube | A rectangular prism whose faces are squares. | |

Triangular prism | A prism whose bases are triangles | |

Cylinder | A three-dimensional shape with two parallel congruent circular faces whose cross sections (taken parallel to these circular faces) are circular. | |

Cone | A cone is like a pyramid with a circular base. (See Pyramid.) | |

Sphere | A sphere is the set of all points in space that are a fixed distance from a common point called the center. | |

Pyramids | A three-dimensional shape with one polygonal base and lateral faces the shape of triangles that meet at a common vertex, called the apex. |

### 3D SHAPES

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