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Points, Lines, Planes, and Space Help
Introduction to Plane Geometry Solid geometry involves points, lines, and planes. The difference between plane geometry and solid geometry is the fact that there’s an extra dimension. This means greater freedom, such as we would ...
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Intersection of Lines and Planes Help
Introduction to the Intersection of Lines and Planes  Angles Angles and Distance Let’s see how the angles between intersecting planes are defined, and how these angles behave. Let’s also ...
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Parallel Lines and Planes Help
Introduction to Geometry Rules for LInes and Angles of a Plane In the confines of a single geometric plane, lines and angles behave according to various rules. The following are some of the bestknown examples. Parallel ...
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Points, Lines, and Planes Practice Test
If necessary, review: Points, Lines, Planes and Space Help
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Surface Area and Volume Help
Introduction to Polyhedrons In Euclidean threespace, geometric solids with straight edges have flat faces, also called facets, each of which forms a plane polygon. An object of this sort is known as a polyhedron .
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Cones and Cylinders Help
Introduction to Cones and Cylinders Cones A cone has a circular or elliptical base and an apex point. The cone itself consists of the union of the following sets of points:
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Surface Area And Volume Practice Test
If necessary, review: Surface Area and Volume Help Cones and ...
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A Taste of Trigonometry Help
Introduction to Graphing Three Dimensional Space  Vectors and Cartesian ThreeSpace Cartesian threespace, also called rectangular threespace or xyzspace, is defined by three number lines that intersect at a ...
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Vectors in the Cartesian Plane Help
Introduction to Vectors in the Cartesian Plane A vector is a mathematical expression for a quantity with two independent properties: magnitude and direction . The direction, also called orientation , is ...
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Three Number Lines Help
Introduction to Rectangular 3D Coordinates Figure 93 illustrates the simplest possible set of rectangular 3D coordinates . All three number lines have equal increments. (This is a perspective illustration, so the increments on the ...
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