Assemble the 10 nets, each 10 points, listed in the lecture into 3D objects and put them on a table or other flat surface. Make a label for each shape and write its name.

Geometric Nets
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Assemble the 10 nets, each 10 points, listed in the lecture into 3D objects and put them on a table or other flat surface. Make a label for each shape and write its name.

Cut out a strip of paper that is about 8 inches long and 3 inches wide. Write your name and the course and section number on it (i.e. Janie Smith Math 1351.014). Lay the strip of paper on the table where it can be clearly seen in the middle of the group of 3D figures.

Note: The sphere can be made easier to assemble by getting a small ball or balloon and wrapping the net around it. (Think of a basketball or soccer ball pattern). Note: A balled up piece of paper is NOT a net.

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