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**AIMS Math Review Spring, 2008**

Nets 2-D to 3-D AIMS Math Review Spring, 2008

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Period 1 A net is a two-dimensional (flat) representation of a three-dimensional object. A net would be what your cereal box becomes when you slice down a few sides. Identify what shape will be made from the following nets. Interactive net folding at

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Period 1 ANSWERS A net is a two-dimensional (flat) representation of a three-dimensional object. A net would be what your cereal box becomes when you slice down a few sides. Identify what shape will be made from the following nets. 1. Triangular Pyramid Cube Octahedron Interactive net folding at

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Period 2 A net is a two-dimensional (flat) representation of a three-dimensional object. A net would be what your cereal box becomes when you slice down a few sides. Identify what shape will be made from the following nets.

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Period 2 ANSWERS A net is a two-dimensional (flat) representation of a three-dimensional object. A net would be what your cereal box becomes when you slice down a few sides. Identify what shape will be made from the following nets. cylinder square pyramid cone triangular prism

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Period 3 Cube or Not? 1.

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Period 3 ANSWERS Cube or Not? 1. yes yes no yes

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Period 4 Cube or Not?

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**Period 4 ANSWERS Cube or Not? 1. yes 2. yes 3. yes 4. yes**

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Period 5 A net is a two-dimensional (flat) representation of a three-dimensional object. A net would be what your cereal box becomes when you slice down a few sides. Identify what shape will be made from the following nets.

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Period 5 ANSWERS A net is a two-dimensional (flat) representation of a three-dimensional object. A net would be what your cereal box becomes when you slice down a few sides. Identify what shape will be made from the following nets. rectangular prism cylinder triangular prism

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**Period 6 Which of these can form a cube? 2 3 4 5 6 7 9 10 11 13 14 15**

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**Period 6 ANSWERS Which of these can form a cube? no no yes no**

no no yes no yes no no yes no yes yes no no no yes no yes no no yes yes yes no yes

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