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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Curriculum Office, 2003

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 Prisms have two identical bases connected by rectangles.

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 Nets for Prisms have two bases which look like tabs and lots of rectangles.

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 Pyramids have one base connected to a point by triangles.

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 Nets for Pyramids have one bases and lots of triangles. Sometimes they look like stars.

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 Beat the Computer! When the slide appears, try to name the figure formed by the net before the name appears. You will have five seconds to beat the computer.

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 What solid will this net form? Square or Rectangular Prism

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 What solid will this net form? Square or Rectangular Pyramid

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 What solid will this net form? Cube

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 What solid will this net form? Pentagonal Prism

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 What solid will this net form? Octagonal Pyramid

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 What solid will this net form? Triangular Prism

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 What solid will this net form? Triangular Pyramid or Tetrahedron

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 What solid will this net form? Square or Rectangular Prism

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 What solid will this net form? Hexagonal Pyramid

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003 What solid will this net form? Cylinder

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Becky Afghani, LBUSD Math Office, 2003

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