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The Cuboid CC B B A A Summary: 1.3 pairs of equal faces 2.Equal heights when folded 3.Tabs on alternate edges

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General Hints Use a sharp pencil Score the card to make folding easier Make the tabs wide enough to glue, but narrow enough so that they don’t interfere with the object itself Measure twice, cut once!

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The Square-based Pyramid B B B B A Summary 1.A square (A) 2.4 congruent isosceles triangles (B) 3.Tabs on alternate edges

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The General Pyramid B B B B A Summary 1.An n-sided polygon (A) 2.n congruent isosceles triangles (B) 3.Tabs on alternate edges

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