Shapes and Their Names, Definition and Examples with Pictures

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#### Shapes Names in English

It is very important how there is a similarity or difference between the shapes of the corner zone and the basket backboard. While there is an opening in the shape of the corner zone in football, the shape of the basketball backboard is completely closed. From here, it can be said that the shapes can be open or closed. We will cover the ‘**shapes names**’ in detail by giving example shapes to these situations below. Closed shapes created with straight and curved lines are geometric shapes.

Here are Lines Names in English

Some of the geometric shapes have special names. Triangle, square, rectangle and circle are the most well-known geometric shapes. Let’s take a closer look at the **shapes names in English**:

**Triangle**

The triangle is a closed geometric shape that is formed by joining three straight lines. Many shapes that we encounter are generally triangular. The triangle has three corners and three edges. The filled state of the triangle is the triangular region. The triangular zone consists of the inner zone of the triangle and itself.

- The teacher explained information about the triangle in our first lesson, but our classmates did not understand.

**Square**

A square is a closed geometric shape created by joining four lines of equal length. The square has four corners and four edges. All of its sides are of equal length. The full version of the square is in the square region. The square region consists of the inner region of the square and itself.

- They made our house big square.

**Rectangle**

The rectangle is a closed geometric shape, formed by joining four lines of equal length. The rectangle has four corners and four edges. The opposite edge lengths are equal. The inside of the rectangle is filled with a rectangular region. The rectangular region consists of the interior of the rectangle and itself.

- Many students are unable to make rectangular questions in geometry class.

**Circle**

You can see many circle and circle models around you. The basketball backboard circle is in the shape of a coin circle. The circle and circle have no edges or corners. This is the most important feature that distinguishes the circle and circle from other geometric shapes.

- Basketball crucibles are typically made in a circle.

**Cube**

It is a geometric object whose all sides are a square area. The cube with all the same faces is a special prism. All edge lengths of the cube are equal. Each of the co-square regions here is one side of the cube. A cube has 12 sides, 8 corners and 6 surfaces. The cube shape can have many different expansions. There are 6 quadrangular regions in its expansion. The four different aspects of the cube are generally explained in the lectures.

- My brother Marry had a lot of difficulty because he couldn’t draw a cube.

**Rectangular Prism**

It is a geometric object with all sides in the shape of a rectangular region. The rectangular prism is formed by combining two of three different rectangular regions. The opposite faces of the rectangular prism are identical. The details of a prism of rectangles are of different length, width, length and height. Details in orange are the height of the prism. A rectangular prism has 12 sides, 8 corners and 6 surfaces.

- They designed the football field in the school garden as a rectangular prism.

**Square Prism**

It is a prism consisting of the upper and lower surfaces of the square areas and the sides of the rectangular areas. The shape of many milk and juice boxes around us is in square prism model. Navy blue colored edges are the height of the prism. The orange edges are the base edges of the prism. In prisms, heights are the edges that merge the upper and lower soles with their exact meaning. A square prism has 12 sides, 8 corners and 6 surfaces.

- The square prism shaped milk carton became indispensable for our handicraft assignments.

**Triangular Prism**

It is a prism whose upper and lower surfaces consist of co-triangular regions and its side faces are rectangular regions. Unlike other prisms, the triangular prism has 6 corners, 9 divisions and 5 surfaces.

- According to many experts, the Egyptian Pyramids are made in the form of a triangular prism.

**Cylinder**

It is a geometric object whose top and bottom surfaces are equidistant and the sides are curved. The opening of the cylinder has two identical circles and a rectangular region. The roller has no separate and corner.

- He never liked items that were cylinders.

**Sphere**

It is a geometric object that has no opening, separation and corner. Ball and ball are spherical models. There is a circle slice and a circle at the opening of the cone.

- The world is not exactly sphere or oval.

**Cone**

Cone has no corner and detail. New year hats are cone model.

- My grandfather bought many cone shaped hats and chips with him in the new year.

**Equilateral Triangle**

It is a triangle with side lengths equal. Their internal angles are also 60 degrees each. The lowered height is also the bisector, the edge of the corner and the edge center post.

- Tomas agreed with a private teacher to learn the equilateral triangle lesson.

**Rhombus**

A rhombus in geometry is a square of four sides of equal length. The rhombus tile seen on playing cards, the pills of this shape are lozenges, the baseball playing field with this shape is called diamonds. Each rhombus is a parallel edge and the right angle is a square.

- For us, the rhombus was the easiest to draw.

**Polygon**

Closed shapes formed by segments of lines that combine any three non-linear infinite points two by two into the plane. Polygons created by joining infinite points are called ngenes. It is called a triangle, a rectangle. Polygons have as many corners as the number of edges.

- Polygon is a very difficult subject to understand.

**Trapezoid**

In the schools, many questions are not asked about geometry subjects such as trapezoid, trapezoid area and perimeter, trapezoid and trapezoid. In general, we already know that there are a small number of questions from all subjects of the geometry lesson. It is not possible to predict which title will be raised from the geometry issues. Therefore, we need to know trapezoid and related subheadings.

- I could not understand the trapezoid issue described in the last lesson.

**Hexagon**

A hexagon is a polygon with six edges and six corners. It is also called a smooth hexagon if its edges and internal angles are equal. The internal angles of the smooth hexagon are each 120 °. Since it consists of six hexagonal triangles, its area and perimeter can be easily found.

- A historical building had a hexagonal structure.

**Octagon**

An octagon is a polygon with eight sides and 20 diagonals. The total of the internal angles: degrees. An inside angle becomes degrees. The sum of the external angles: degrees. An outer angle becomes degrees.

- After an octagonal apartment building I have seen before, I am not surprised at any other building.

**Oval**

An oval is a closed curve in a plane that is very similar to the outline of an egg. The term is not very specific, but in some regions a more precise definition is given, which may include one or two axes of symmetry. In common English, the term is used in a broader sense. For example, it can be used like any shape that reminds an egg.

- The egg is oval makes me very happy. Because oval shaped foods increase my appetite.

**Parallelogram**

The parallelogram is a quadrilateral rectangular with equal sides and a total of 360 degrees. Their opposite edges are parallel and their length is equal.

- It is extremely easy to draw a parallelogram shape.