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Imagine you are looking at a 3-dimensional shape, for example, a cereal box. It looks like large rectangle from the front. From the side, it may look like a much thinner rectangle. However, you are sure that it is the same cereal box. It is because 3-dimensional shapes have many surfaces, and they do not necessarily look the same from different angles.

- 1.Determine the correct top, front, and side views for the object.

- 2.Below are the views of a cereal box. Draw the new views if the cereal box is turned 90° clockwise.

- 3.Outline the front, top and left side views for the following objects.a)

b)

c)

15.

Introduction to 3-Dimensional Figures

15.1

Introduction to surface area of 3-dimensional shapes

15.2

Nets of 3-dimensional shapes

15.3

Surface area of prisms

15.4

Surface area of cylinders

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