 ## Geometric Shapes Names, Geometric Figures and Pictures

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Geometric Shapes Names, Geometric Figures and Pictures!

In geometry, there are a variety of shapes and their names. Learning the shapes and their corresponding pictures can help improve your understanding of geometry.

Did you know that geometry is all around us? Just about every object in the world has some sort of geometric shape to it. The good news is that once you learn the common geometric shapes and their names, it becomes easier to understand and talk about geometry concepts.

In this blog post, we will list some of the most commonly used geometric shapes along with their images. Let’s get started!

## Geometric Shapes Names

• Rhombus
• Rectangular Prism
• Octagon
• Cylinder
• Square
• Crescent
• Cube
• Right triangle
• Ellipse
• Star
• Rectangular
• Parallelogram
• Cross
• Arrow
• Pyramid
• Cone
• Pentagon
• Heart
• Scalene triangle
• Hexagon
• Heptagon
• Trapezoid
• Circle
• Triangle
• Decagon
• Oval

## Geometric Figures and Definitions

Triangle:

It is a three-sided Polygon. It has three angles and three sides.

Square:

It is a four-sided Polygon. It has four angles and four sides.

Rectangle:

It is a four-sided Polygon. It has four angles and four sides. The angles are all right angles (90 degrees).

Octagon:

It is an eight-sided Polygon. It has eight angles and eight sides.

Pentagon:

It is a five-sided Polygon. It has five angles and five sides. The angles are not all right angles.

Hexagon:

It is a six-sided Polygon. It has six angles and six sides. The angles are not all right angles.

Circle:

It is a two-dimensional shape. It has no angles and has one curved side.

Sphere:

It is a three-dimensional shape. It has no angles and has one curved surface.

Cylinder:

It is a three-dimensional shape. It has two parallel, congruent circular bases and is curved on the sides.

Prism:

It is a three-dimensional shape. It has two parallel, congruent rectangular bases and is straight on the sides.

Pyramid:

It is a three-dimensional shape. It has one triangular base and four triangular faces that meet at the apex.

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