A 3D prism, with 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices.Β

π Key Cube Topics: Volume, Surface Area, Properties of 3D Shapes

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A 3D prism, with 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices.Β

π Key Cube Topics: Volume, Surface Area, Properties of 3D Shapes

Finding what number is cubed to give you the number you are cube rooting. It is the inverse of cubing a number.

Example: Find the cube root of 64.Β

π Key Cube Root Topics: Cube Numbers, Cube Root

The result of a number being cubed.

Example: 8 is a cube number because it is made by 2^{3}.

π Key Cube Number Topics: Cube Numbers, Cube Root

** ^{3}** – Multiply by itself three times.Β

Example:Β 2^{3 }is 8 (2 x 2 x 2).

π Key Cubed Topics: Cube Numbers, Cube Root, Volume of Cube

A 3D prism, with 6 faces, 12 edges and 8 vertices.

π Key Cube Topics: Volume, Surface Area, Properties of 3D Shapes

The face that is made by cutting a 3D shape into two pieces.

Example: This prism has a consistent cross section of area 3 cm^{2}.Β

π Key Cross Section Topics: Volume of Prisms

The numbers given to a position of a point in respect to the x and y axis.

Example: Write down the coordinate of point A.Β

π Key Coordinate Topics: 2D Coordinates, Midpoints of a Line, Distance between Two Points, Shapes on a Grid, 3D Coordinates, Graphs, Scatter Graphs

Follow after each other. Consecutive numbers are numbers that are next to each other e.g. 7, 8, 9

Example: Prove, algebraically, that the sum of two consecutive odd numbers add up to make an even number.Β

π Key Consecutive Topics: Describing Sequences, Algebraic Proof

A shape made up of two or more shapes.

Example: Calculate the area of this compound shape.Β

π Key CompoundΒ Shape Topics: Compound Area