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Prisms & Pyramids

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  • 1. The difference between prisms & pyramids. “It’s all about how you slice it!”
  • 2. Pyramids and prisms are specific kinds of polyhedra. The word polyhedra is the plural form of polyhedron.
  • 3. A polygon is a 2-dimensional shape.
  • 4. A polyhedron is a 3-dimensional shape.
  • 5. Presto! A triangular prism!
  • 6. Presto! A triangular pyramid!
  • 7. Presto! A square prism!
  • 8. Presto! A square pyramid!
  • 9. A prism is made of congruent shapes.
  • 10. A pyramid is made of similar shapes that get smaller and smaller.
  • 11. If you know the names of common polygons, then naming a prism or pyramid will be easy for you.
  • 12. Look at the polygon on the bottom of the shape.
  • 13. This polygon is a rectangle.
  • 14. This shape is a rectangular prism.
  • 15. This shape is a rectangular pyramid.
  • 16. This is a pentagon.
  • 17. This is a pentagonal prism.
  • 18. This is a pentagonal pyramid.
  • 19. This is an octagon.
  • 20. This is an octagonal prism.
  • 21. This is an octagonal pyramid.
  • 22. If you know the common polygons and if you know the difference between a prism and a pyramid, naming these shapes is easy.
  • 23. The only unique name that you have to remember is the “cube.”
  • 24. A cube is a specific kind of rectangular prism.
  • 25. A rectangular prism that has 6 congruent faces is called a cube.
  • 26. A rectangular prism that has 6 congruent faces is called a cube.
  • 27. A rectangular prism that has 6 congruent faces is called a cube.
  • 28. A rectangular prism that has 6 congruent faces is called a cube.
  • 29. A rectangular prism that has 6 congruent faces is called a cube.
  • 30. A rectangular prism that has 6 congruent faces is called a cube.
  • 31. The end.