## Solid Geometry

Solid geometry is a three-dimensional figure with connecting edges on multiple planes. The surface of each two-dimensional plane is called a face.

## solid Geometry Types

**Solid Geometry**(a three-dimensional space)- Polyhedron - A three-dimensional figure that is a solid with no curved edges or sides.

- Prism Solids - Prisims are solids with two parallel ends that are exactly the same.

- Oblique prism - A three-dimensional figure with both bases not alligned above each other and the center not at 90° to the other base center.
- Right prism - A three-dimensional figure with both bases directly above each other and having the centers at 90° to each others base.
- Cube - A three-dimensional figure that is a regular polyhedron with square faces.
- Right hexagonal prism - A three-dimensional figure with hexagonal bases and each face is a regular polygon with equal sides and equal angles.
- Right Octagonal prism
- Right Pentagonal prism - A three-dimensional figure with pentagonal bases and each face is a regular polygon with equal sides and equal angles.
- Right Rectangular prism - A three-dimensional figure having six faces that are rectangles with equal sides and equal angles.
- Right square prism - A three-dimensional figure with square bases, four faces that are rectangles with equal sides and equal angles.
- Right Triangular prism

- Pyramid Solids

- Oblique pyramid - A three-dimensional figure with the apex not alligned above the center at 90° to the base.
- Right pyramid - A three-dimensional figure with the apex directly above the center at 90° to the base.

- Prism Solids - Prisims are solids with two parallel ends that are exactly the same.
- Non-Polyhedron - A three-dimensional figure that is a solid with curved edges or sides.

- Cone - A three-dimensional figure with one base tapering to an apex.
- Oblique cone - A three-dimensional figure with the apex not alligned above the center at 90° to the base.
- Right cone - A three-dimensional figure with the apex directly above the center at 90° to the base.

- Cylinder - A three-dimensional figure with parallel congruent bases.
- Oblique cylinder - A three-dimensional figure with both bases not alligned above each other and the center not at 90° to the other base center.
- Right cylinder - A three-dimensional figure with both bases directly above each other and having the centers at 90° to each others base.
- Elliptic cylinder - A three-dimensional figure having no parallel lines and both bases are ellipses.

- Ellipsoid
- Paraboloid
- Elliptic Paraboloid - A three-dimensional figure that has a u-shaped curve with an elliptical base.

- Sphere - A three-dimensional figure with all points equally spaces from a given point of a three dimensional solid.
- Torus - A three-dimensional figure shaped like a donut.

- Cone - A three-dimensional figure with one base tapering to an apex.

- Polyhedron - A three-dimensional figure that is a solid with no curved edges or sides.