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Geometric shapes in three dimensions that are delimited by surfaces.
Volume or solid of spiral shape that turns toward the left at a constant angle.
Volume or solid generated by the rotation of a straight line (generatrix) moving along a curved line (directrix).
Volume or solid with eight triangular sides of equal area; it has six vertices and 12 edges.
Volume or solid with six sides (parallelograms) that are parallel in pairs.
Volume or solid with six square sides of equal area and six equal edges; it has eight vertices.
Volume or solid generated by straight lines (edges) connecting the angles of a polygon (base) to the vertex and whose sides form triangles.
Volume or solid generated by the rotation of a straight line (generatrix) along a circular line (directrix) from a fixed point (vertex).
Volume or solid generated by the rotation of a circle at an equal distance from its center of rotation.
Volume with all the points on its surface the same distance from its center; the solid thus delimited is a round ball.
Half sphere cut along its diameter.