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Details for problem "Cube net find opposite side of marked side"

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Suitable for K-12 grades: Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5

Elementary School, Primary School, Middle School.

Summary

Find the opposite side in a cube net.

Example

Find the opposite side in a cube net. (Example for this math problem)

Description

3-D figures are a geometry topic and a foundation for emerging technologies. An interesting and fantastic worksheet to learn about three-dimensional figures. Cube nets are the result of unwinding a cube, i.e. a three-dimensional body. A two-dimensional figure emerges, which consists of squares that are connected at the sides. This figure is called a cube net. Each cube net consists of six squares corresponding to the sides of the cube.

In this exercise, a series of cube nets is presented. In each cube net, a square is marked. When this cube net is folded again to form a cube, this side will have a counterpart on the cube. The task is to find the square opposite to the cube after folding it.

Use these accessible worksheets in groups to have a fun learning experience in grades 3 to 5. Practicing these worksheets enables learners to build up strong basic geometric concepts, some objectives are as follows.

  1. Figure out 2-D shapes and 3-D shapes.
  2. Recognize the relationship between 2-D and 3-D shapes.
  3. Grasp the skill of mapping the opposite side when converting a 2-D shape to a 3-D shape.
  4. Strong concepts of 3-D shapes will lay a foundation for cutting-edge technologies.

The number of problems is adjustable.

The answer key will include each 2-D shape shaded for the opposite side.


Topics: Geometry Planes,Figures

Tags: Net

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