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Unit 5 shapes Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
Dome Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
cylinder cylindrical Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
square Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
triangle triangular Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
rectangle rectangular Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
sphere spherical Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
circle circular Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
cone conical Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
cube cubic Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
H-shaped Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
semi-circle semi-circular Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
hemisphere hemispherical Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
KHALAS. SHUKRAN. Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014 Stephen Roney JIC May, 2014
Is it a square or a cube? It is a cube It is a pyramid Is it a triangle or a pyramid?
What shape am I? A Cube What shape am I? Cylinder.
Geometric Perspectives. Everything has a name… Face Corner (Vertex) Edges.
Prism A prism is a polyhedron, with two parallel faces called bases. The other faces are always parallelograms. The prism is named by the shape of its.
By GABE. Cube Defining Attributes: 6 flat faces 8 vertices 12 edges The face is a square It can stack and slide.
Sphere – any round object whose curved surface is the same distance to the center as all of its points.
3-d shapes. This is a cube. Eight corners Six faces cube.
3D shapes cylinder A cylinder has 0 vertices, 0 edges and 2 faces.
3 Dimensional Shapes Identify the Faces, Edges, Vertices.
8.3 Volume Objectives: To find the volume of a right prism. To find the volume of a right cylinder. To find the volume of a pyramid. To find the volume.
Volume of Prisms & Cylinders. Definitions A prism is a three- dimensional figure named for the shape of its bases. The two bases are congruent polygons.
Circles Squares Triangles. Circle SphereCylinder.
Solid Figures Vocabulary. SOLID FIGURES 3 – Dimensional (3 – D) shapes 3 – Dimensional (3 – D) shapes They are made up of 2 – D shapes (squares, rectangles,
PRISMS. Prisms A prism is a 3-dimensional solid that has congruent ends.
Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? 2D shapes Question 1.
Unit 2 Book 2 Adverbs and Adjectives Stephen Roney JIC April, 2014.
Perimeter, Area, and Volume Geometry and andMeasurement.
What shape am I? I have no flat faces. I have no straight edges. I have just one curved face. I am a …………?
MANY FACES Reviewing Properties of 3D figures. NAME THAT SHAPE
Fill in the area formulas for the following: Circle ____________________ Rectangle ________________ Triangle __________________.
3D Figures Objective: Learn to identify 3-dimensional figures.
All About Shapes! How do shapes play a role in our daily lives? By: Miss Van Ruiten How do shapes play a role in our daily lives? By: Miss Van Ruiten.
Volume of Prisms In addition to 3, student will be able to go above and beyond by applying what they know about volume of cones, spheres and cylinders.
Congruent Two shapes that are the same size and shape.
Area of a Square P = 2L + 2W Perimeter of a Square A= s 2 Perimeter of a Rectangle P = 4s Area of a Rectangle A= LW or Bh.
What are these shapes? squarecircletrianglerectangle How many sides do each have? How many points do each have?
Bellwork # HW, red pen, book on desk.. Space Figures Lesson 10-4 p.521.
Geometry CLASSIFYING SOLIDS. Prisms Prisms are named for their base shape: Rectangular Prism Triangular Prism Hexagonal Prism Pentagonal Prism.
Unit 4 Nouns Stephen Roney JIC April, drill Stephen Roney JIC April 2014.
Describing objects Some useful words. Talk about: ColourParts Shape Material Usage Where? However, never mention what it is! Why? Who?
Pre-College Math Classifying Solids Prisms Prisms are named for their base shape: Rectangular Prism Triangular Prism Hexagonal Prism Pentagonal.
Chapter 6 Review. Name the net A. square prism B. square pyramid C. triangular prism D. triangular pyramid.
Focus on Can you spell each word correctly ?
TYPES of SOLIDS PRE374 PRISM: a solid with two identical ends and all flat surfaces. BASE: the side on which the solid rests. Triangular Prism Rectangular.
Chapter 13 Volume Volume of Prisms h base (bottom) h *base (shape not a rectangle) B = base area V = Bh.
FORM: Uses a shape and adds “substance”-All forms are made up of one or more of the basic shapes in various combinations. (Three-Dimensional) A. Pyramid-
More Geometry. Some common shapes You see these shapes in many places.
Geometry Section 10 DAY 1: CLASSIFYING SOLIDS Geometry S10 Day 1 1.
Exploring Solids and Shapes. Basic Definitions Face: A flat surface on a solid figure. Edge: A line segment where two faces meet Vertex: A point where.
Math-2 Lesson 4.3 Volume of Spheres, Cylinders, Cones, Pyramids, and Prisms.
Section 12-1 Name the Solids. Prism a 3-dimensional figure with two congruent, parallel faces The bases are congruent, parallel faces. The bases lie in.
Unit 2 Volume. Warm-Up Solve 1.4p = 9p (2p+5) = 2(8p + 4) Solve for p.
JEOPARDY Welcome to Jeopardy Nets Rectangular Prisms Triangular Prisms Rolling with the Cylinders What’s the 3-D?
Jeopardy Start Final Jeopardy Question Volume PerimeterArea Plane Figures Solid Figures
Surface Area and Volume Three-Dimensional Figures and.
1.Square/ Rectangle: A=b x h 2.Triangle: A= ½ b x h ( a triangle is ½ of a rectangle) 3.Circle: A = r2.
AVERY TATE SHAPES. SQUARE CIRCLE TRIANGLE OVAL.
Geometry The Shapes Around Us. Line Line Segment.
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