Plane, plane shapes Plane shapes are two-dimensional geometric figures: they have length and width but they have no depth. Plane shapes exist on a flat surface, known as a plane. Here are some plane shapes examples: […]

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## Perpendicular

Perpendicular Perpendicular lines are straight lines that form the right angle (90° angle) with each other. See some examples of perpendicular lines, below: […]

## Perimeter

Perimeter The perimeter of a 2D shape is the total length of all its sides. For example, a rectangle has four edges, so its perimeter is the total of those four edges added together. […]

## Percent, percentage

Percent, percentage Percent means “for every 100 parts“. The word comes from the latin phrase per centum which means per one hundred. Percentage means a part per hundred. It can be expressed in decimal form and in fraction form too. A percentage of a number is symbolized by writing: Examples: If we say 30%, it means 30 out […]

## Pentagon

Pentagon A pentagon is a type of polygon that has five sides and five angles. pentagon Different types of pentagones […]

## Pair

Pair A set of two numbers or objects linked in some way, is called a pair. Examples: […]

## Pyramid

Pyramid The pyramid is a three-dimensional figure with several flat faces that consists of: Base: A simple polygon located at the bottom of the pyramid. It can be a triangle, square, pentagon or any other polygon with straight sides. Depending on the base, they can be regular pyramids (the sides of the base polygon have […]

## Probability

Probability Probability is the likelihood of something happening. For example: When a dice is rolled, there are six possible outcomes: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. The probability of any one of them is 1/6. Probability is always between 0 and 1. https://www.free-training-tutorial.com/probability-games.html Games to practise the concept of probability. […]

## Prism

Prism A prism is a three-dimensional geometric figure with two identical and parallel faces called bases. These bases can be any polygon, like triangles or rectangles, and the other faces, known as lateral faces, are parallelograms formed by connecting the corresponding vertices of the bases. Prisms are essential in geometry and can be visualized as […]

## Point of intersection

Point of intersection In mathematics, a point of intersection is the point at which two or more geometric figures meet. That is, it is the place where the figures share a common point. Examples of intersection points: Two lines: If two lines are not parallel, they intersect at a single point. This point is the […]