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# Day 10 Intro To 3 D

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• 1. AIM: Space Figures Do Now 1
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• 4. Space Figures: Common three dimensional figures. Examples of space figures are pyramids, prisms, cylinders, cones, and spheres. X Students: Read about Y Students: Read about Prisms (answer prism Pyramids (answer pyramid questions) and Cylinders questions) and Cones 4
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• 8. On a separate sheet of paper Answer the following questions as a group. One group member‛s paper (MY CHOICE) will be collected in 4 minutes. 1.) Describe at least one way to determine if the object is a cylinder or a cone? 2.) Describe at least two ways cylinders and cones similar? 3.) Describe at least two ways to determine if the object is a prism or a pyramid? 4.) Describe at least three ways prisms and pyramids similar? 8
• 9. Sphere: set of all points in space that are a given distance from a given point called the center. 9
• 10. For each figure, identify the base and name the figure. 10
• 11. BEFORE YOU LEAVE Name the space figure you can form from each net. Explain how you found your answer. 11
• 12. Mr. Tjersland's Math 7 Homework: Pages 474-475 #1-3 all, 13, 14, 17, 19, 20, 25-29 all 12
• 13. Attachments Class Notes X 1­11­07.doc Class Notes Y 1­11­07.doc MakingShapesfromNetsQSetUS[1].notebook