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Sean McKinney's Algebra II Puzzle

Across
A line from the center of the base of a solid to the vertex.
Irrational number equaling 3.14.
A cone whose base is a polygon.
A part of a line.
Sum of two angles equaling 90 degrees.
An unbroken connection of points.
A flat surface with no boundaries or thickness.
Perimeter of a circle.
An angle greater than a straight angle, but less than two straight angles.
An angle smaller than 90 degrees.
Down
A half line.
Sum of two angles equaling 180 degrees.
A chord that passes through the center of the circle.
Location on a graph.
Angles that share a common side, vertex, and do not overlap.
A line segment whose endpoints are in the circle.
An angle greater than 90 degrees.
A perfectly round three dimensional shape.
Distance from the center of a circle to any point on the circle.
Two rays with a common endpoint.