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ErinWeeks

  • one year ago

Draw a net for the figure shown. Label the net with its dimensions.

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  1. ErinWeeks
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  2. estebananaya
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    i don't get the question...

  3. ErinWeeks
    • one year ago
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    im confused with this to

  4. Lumenaire
    • one year ago
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    A net is what it looks like if you unfold the structure. Imagine that the box is made out of paper, and just folded up to be make this shape.

  5. Lumenaire
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  6. Lumenaire
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    Can you see how this would fold up to give you the rectangular prism you had earlier? If you truly understand, you should be able to add the correct dimensions to my drawing, and you will have your answer. good luck

  7. ErinWeeks
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    i understand what a net is. i just dont understand the dimension thing.

  8. Lumenaire
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    ok, Well, notice that the dimensions of the side of the box facing us are 5 by 7

  9. ErinWeeks
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    okay i see that

  10. Lumenaire
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  11. Lumenaire
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    Does that make sense? Imagine it folding up so that it looks like the picture in the question.

  12. ErinWeeks
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    yea so the dimensions would be 5 and 7 right?

  13. Lumenaire
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    yes, for that part of the net. Do you think you can figure out what dimensions to put on the other lines in the net drawing?

  14. ErinWeeks
    • one year ago
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    wouldnt the other be 5 and 9 ?

  15. Lumenaire
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    yes

  16. ErinWeeks
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    okay i get it thank you so much !

  17. Lumenaire
    • one year ago
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    any time erin, see you later

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