# Puzzle 20130303670912

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concave:curved like a segment of the interior of a circle or hollow sphere
area:any particular extent of space or surface; part
convex:having all interior angles less than or equal to 180°
volume:the amount of space, measured in cubic units, that an object or substance occupies
equiangular:having all the angles equal
equilateral:having all the sides equal: an equilateral triangle
polygon:a figure, especially a closed plane figure, having three or more, usually straight, sides
rhombus:an oblique-angled equilateral parallelogram; any equilateral parallelogram except a square
sphere:a solid geometric figure generated by the revolution of a semicircle about its diameter; a round body whose surface is at all points equidistant from the center
cylinder:a surface or solid bounded by two parallel planes and generated by a straight line moving parallel to the given planes and tracing a curve bounded by the planes and lying in a plane perpendicular or oblique to the given planes
rectangular prism:A solid (3-dimensional) object which has six faces that are rectangles
cube:a solid bounded by six equal squares, the angle between any two adjacent faces being a right angle
segment:a part cut off from a figure, especially a circular or spherical one, by a line or plane, as a part of a circular area contained by an arc and its chord or by two parallel lines or planes
circular:having the form of a circle; round
ratio:the relation between two similar magnitudes with respect to the number of times the first contains the second
proportion:comparative relation between things or magnitudes as to size, quantity, number
angles:the space within two lines or three or more planes diverging from a common point, or within two planes diverging from a common line
postulate:equires no proof, being self-evident, or that is for a specific purpose assumed true, and that is used in the proof of other propositions
triangle:a closed plane figure having three sides and three angles
variable: an equation that may have its value freely chosen without considering values of any other variable
theorems: a theoretical proposition, statement, or formula embodying something to be proved from other propositions or formulas.

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Across:4. | a closed plane figure having three sides and three angles | 7. | having all the sides equal: an equilateral triangle | 9. | a solid geometric figure generated by the revolution of a semicircle about its diameter; a round body whose surface is at all points equidistant from the center | 13. | having all interior angles less than or equal to 180° |
| 14. | the space within two lines or three or more planes diverging from a common point, or within two planes diverging from a common line | 16. | a part cut off from a figure, especially a circular or spherical one, by a line or plane, as a part of a circular area contained by an arc and its chord or by two parallel lines or planes | 18. | A solid (3-dimensional) object which has six faces that are rectangles |
| | Down:1. | curved like a segment of the interior of a circle or hollow sphere | 2. | equires no proof, being self-evident, or that is for a specific purpose assumed true, and that is used in the proof of other propositions | 3. | a surface or solid bounded by two parallel planes and generated by a straight line moving parallel to the given planes and tracing a curve bounded by the planes and lying in a plane perpendicular or oblique to the given planes | 5. | a figure, especially a closed plane figure, having three or more, usually straight, sides | 6. | a theoretical proposition, statement, or formula embodying something to be proved from other propositions or formulas. | 8. | any particular extent of space or surface; part |
| 10. | comparative relation between things or magnitudes as to size, quantity, number | 11. | having all the angles equal | 12. | the amount of space, measured in cubic units, that an object or substance occupies | 15. | an oblique-angled equilateral parallelogram; any equilateral parallelogram except a square | 17. | the relation between two similar magnitudes with respect to the number of times the first contains the second |
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Across:4. | a closed plane figure having three sides and three angles | 7. | having all the sides equal: an equilateral triangle | 9. | a solid geometric figure generated by the revolution of a semicircle about its diameter; a round body whose surface is at all points equidistant from the center | 13. | having all interior angles less than or equal to 180° |
| 14. | the space within two lines or three or more planes diverging from a common point, or within two planes diverging from a common line | 16. | a part cut off from a figure, especially a circular or spherical one, by a line or plane, as a part of a circular area contained by an arc and its chord or by two parallel lines or planes | 18. | A solid (3-dimensional) object which has six faces that are rectangles |
| | Down:1. | curved like a segment of the interior of a circle or hollow sphere | 2. | equires no proof, being self-evident, or that is for a specific purpose assumed true, and that is used in the proof of other propositions | 3. | a surface or solid bounded by two parallel planes and generated by a straight line moving parallel to the given planes and tracing a curve bounded by the planes and lying in a plane perpendicular or oblique to the given planes | 5. | a figure, especially a closed plane figure, having three or more, usually straight, sides | 6. | a theoretical proposition, statement, or formula embodying something to be proved from other propositions or formulas. | 8. | any particular extent of space or surface; part |
| 10. | comparative relation between things or magnitudes as to size, quantity, number | 11. | having all the angles equal | 12. | the amount of space, measured in cubic units, that an object or substance occupies | 15. | an oblique-angled equilateral parallelogram; any equilateral parallelogram except a square | 17. | the relation between two similar magnitudes with respect to the number of times the first contains the second |
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