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How can we represent three-dimensional figures in only two dimensions?

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In this lesson you will learn how to represent three-dimensional figures with nets by analyzing their faces and bases.

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Let’s Review One-Dimensional line segment ray rectangle Two-Dimensional triangle all polygons

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Let’s Review A three-dimensional figure has a length, a width, and a height.

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Core Lesson A net is a two-dimensional pattern of a three-dimensional figure, that can be folded to form the figure.

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Let’s Review Core Lesson Identify the net that we could fold in order to create this 3D figure.

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Let’s Review Core Lesson

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Let’s Review Core Lesson

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Let’s Review Core Lesson Match the 3D figure to the right with its appropriate net, below. ABC 2 triangle bases, 3 rectangle faces 4 triangle faces, 1 rectangle base 2 triangle bases, 3 rectangle faces 2 triangle bases, 4 rectangle faces

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Let’s Review Core Lesson Match the 3D figure to the right with its appropriate net. AB C

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In this lesson you have learned how to represent three-dimensional figures with nets, by analyzing their faces and bases.

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Let’s Review Guided Practice Draw a net for this rectangular prism. Faces? 6 faces 4 rectangles 2 squares

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Let’s Review Extension Activities Kennedy’s teacher asked her to draw the net of a rectangular prism. She drew the image, below. Explain to Kennedy what she did incorrectly.

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Let’s Review Extension Activities A dodecahedron is a 3D solid with 12 flat faces. Can you draw the net for this dodecahedron?

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Let’s Review Quick Quiz Draw a net for a cube. Draw a net for this square pyramid.

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