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1&6 Angles
1&6 Circles
1&6 Cones
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1&6 Geometry in Architecture
1&6 Geometry in Nature
1&6 Points, Lines and Planes
1&6 Polygons
1&6 Prisms
1&6 Pyramids
1&6 Quadrilaterals
1&6 Rectangular Coordinates
1&6 Spheres
1&6 Symmetry
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Prisms Definition: A solid having bases or ends that are parallel, congruent polygons and sides that are parallelograms. Examples of a prism:
Triangular Prism 5 faces, triangular base, 9 vertices, Rectangular Prism 6 faces, rectangular base, 12 vertices Cube 6 faces, square base, 12 vertices Pentagonal Prism 7 faces, pentagon base, 15 vertices Hexagonal Prism 8 faces, hexagon base, 18 vertices
Prisms in Everyday Life
We see prisms all over the place. Some prisms we use everday, and some we don't use very often.
Spheres you may see spheres as marbles, basketballs, baseballs etc.
Cubes you may see cubes as dice, card board boxes, presents etc.
Cones ice cream cones, street cones etc.
Cylinders cans of soup, water pipe etc.
Pyramids egyptian pyramid, paperwieght etc.
Examples in Pictures
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By:Matthew Bowling, Natalia Brody, Blaine Allen, Grant Autler
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Prisms Definition: A solid having bases or ends that are parallel, congruent polygons and sides that are parallelograms. Examples of a prism:
Triangular Prism 5 faces, triangular base, 9 vertices, Rectangular Prism 6 faces, rectangular base, 12 vertices Cube 6 faces, square base, 12 vertices Pentagonal Prism 7 faces, pentagon base, 15 vertices Hexagonal Prism 8 faces, hexagon base, 18 vertices
Prisms in Everyday Life We see prisms all over the place. Some prisms we use everday, and some we don't use very often.
Spheres you may see spheres as marbles, basketballs, baseballs etc.
Cubes you may see cubes as dice, card board boxes, presents etc.
Cones ice cream cones, street cones etc.
Cylinders cans of soup, water pipe etc.
Pyramids egyptian pyramid, paperwieght etc.
Examples in Pictures
Prisms Video:
By:Matthew Bowling, Natalia Brody, Blaine Allen, Grant Autler