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Identify the Faces, Edges, Vertices.3 Dimensional Shapes Identify the Faces, Edges, Vertices.
A prism is a three-dimensional figure with two parallel congruent faces, called bases, and lateral faces in the shape of parallelograms. Prisms are named according to the shape of their bases. Prism
A rectangular prism whose faces are squares.Cube
A prism whose bases are trianglesTriangular Prism
A prism whose bases and lateral faces are rectangles.Rectangular prism
A three-dimensional shape with two parallel congruent circular faces whose cross sections (taken parallel to these circular faces) are circular. Cylinder
A sphere is the set of all points in space that are a fixed distance from a common point called the center. Sphere
A three-dimensional shape with one polygonal base and lateral faces the shape of triangles that meet at a common vertex, called the apex. Pyramids
A cone is like a pyramid with a circular base. (See Pyramid.)
Characteristics of 3-D Shapes
Using the right words – the language of shapes
Congruent Two shapes that are the same size and shape
Problem of the Day If the figure shown is folded into a cube so that 6 is on the top, what number would be on the bottom? 2.
10.6 Three- Dimensional Figures
Euler’s Formula Classifying Three Dimensional Shapes Any Observations?
Surface Area and Volume Three-Dimensional Figures and.
Volume of Rectangular Prisms
10-1 Introduction to 3D figs
Geometric Solids A three dimensional figure that has three dimensions: length, width, and height. cylinder Rectangular prism cube pyramid cone.
Warm-up Review Take Home Quizzes. There will be a 3 question In Class Quiz based on them.
Three-Dimensional Figures and Spatial Reasoning
SOLID FIGURES SPI
Space Figures Mr. J. Grossman. Space Figures Space figures are three-dimensional figures or solids. Space figures are figures whose points do not all.
Types of Solid Figures Prisms, pyramids and cylinders…oh my!
Unit 5 Vocabulary 7 th Grade Mathematics GPS. WORDS Base of a cone Oblique cone Base of a pyramid Oblique cylinder Bases of a cylinder Polyhedron Bases.
Reviewing Properties of 3D figures
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