# A crash course in: 6.3- Prisms 7.1 – Surface Area and Volume Formulas 7.2 – Surface Area & Volume of Prisms 7.3 – Surface Area & Volume of Pyramids.

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A crash course in: 6.3- Prisms – Surface Area and Volume Formulas – Surface Area & Volume of Prisms 7.3 – Surface Area & Volume of Pyramids

Parts of a polyhedra: faces edges vertices
Remember from last time Today, we’re going to talk about specific polyhedra called: Prisms and Pyramids

Bases Lateral Faces FACES can be either

PRISMS PYRAMIDS *have 1 base. *have 2 bases: they are || and 
*Lateral faces are ALWAYS triangles *have 2 bases: they are || and  *Lateral faces are ALWAYS rectangles or parallelograms

Naming Prisms and Pyramids
They have 3 names – just like most of you First name: RIGHT – straight up and down – all lateral sides are rectangles or OBLIQUE – at least one lateral side is a parallelogram (slanted) Middle name: Names the shape of the base: “triangular” “rectangular” “octagonal” “trapezoidal” “hexagonal” Last name: Names the family: Prism Or Pyramid

Volume Surface Area The number of cubic units inside a shape. units3
The number of square units on the surface of a shape. units2 You should have a paper that lists all the formulas for surface area and volume for various shapes.

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