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LaynaMae

NEED HELP A.S.A.P!! Choose two polyhedra by either finding images online or taking pictures of examples you find in the real world. The only polyhedron that you cannot choose is a rectangular prism. You will then submit the polyhedron images, provide a sketch of the nets of the objects, and identify and describe the relationship between the faces, edges, and vertices of both polyhedra.

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  1. LaynaMae
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    Part 1: Choose a polyhedron. Find an image either online or by taking a picture of something you find in the real world. Part 2: Sketch the net of the polyhedron. Part 3: Identify parts of the polyhedron. List the number of faces, vertices, and edges of the polyhedron. Describe their relationship to the two-dimensional base polygon. Part 4: Repeat steps 1–3 with a different polyhedron. Choose a second polyhedron, sketch its net, and identify its parts. Part 5: Test out Euler's formula on both polyhedra images and then answer the following questions. -Did Euler's formula work? Why or why not? -What other relationships did you find between your two polyhedra? -Which do you prefer: looking at a polyhedron as a net or as a 3-D object? Why do you prefer this?

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  2. AravindG
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    how about a triangular prism ?

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  3. Stacey
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    A pyramid is an easy one.

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  4. LaynaMae
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    I just don't know how to do any of it...

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  5. Stacey
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    Google images using the search terms "triangular prism objects" or "pyramid," choose one of the objects for this assignment, and then post the url address here. Someone will help you with the next steps.

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  6. LaynaMae
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    Thank you!

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    yeah try google images i had this similar project and it really helped i ended up getting a B but it was better then if i didnt use google

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    Okay so after i find an object I just attach the file here and then what?

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    This is what I found, is this okay?

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