2_6 notes - a prism. There are many possible nets for a...

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2.6 Building Prisms Term Definition Prism a __________ dimensional figure with ____________ congruent faces that are polygons that lie in parallel planes Base one of the _____________ parallel faces of a prism A face of a ____________ that is not a base (These faces are formed by connecting corresponding vertices of the bases. Note : In this book, the lateral faces are always rectangles.) Vertex an __________________________ of an edge of a prism Edge a _______________ ___________________ of a prism Cube a rectangular ___________ whose faces are all squares Net A two-dimensional figure that you can fold and tape together to form
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Unformatted text preview: a prism. There are many possible nets for a prism. Label the diagram with the follow correct term. Base Edges Lateral face Vertex Base Sketching prisms To sketch a prism, first draw the two bases, one above the other or side by side. Then connect the corresponding vertices of the bases. Finally, change the edges that are hidden from view into dashed lines Sketch the following: Triangular prism Cube Pentagonal prism Hexagonal prism Checking Key Concepts page 96 1.) 2.)Edges: Vertices: 3.) 4.)...
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This note was uploaded on 07/19/2010 for the course MATH Geo100 taught by Professor Any during the Spring '10 term at École Normale Supérieure.

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