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Create a composite figure (multiple three-dimensional figures connected together) including at least three different three-dimensional objects. Describe, in words, the net of the composite figure to see if your classmates can describe what your original composite figure looked like. Be creative! Make your initial post, then return to the discussion board several times over the next few days to read your classmates’ posts. Reply to at least two of them, being sure to offer new insights, hints, ask questions, and encourage further conversation. Help?

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