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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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?

how about a triangular prism ?

A pyramid is an easy one.

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