Transcript 11.8

Five-Minute Check (over Lesson 11 –7)

Main Idea

Example 1: Draw a Three-Dimensional Figure

Example 2: Real-World Example

Example 3: Draw a Three-Dimensional Figure

• Draw a three-dimensional figure given the top, side, and front views.

Draw a Three-Dimensional Figure Draw a top, a side, and a front view of the figure below.

The top and front views are rectangles. The side view is a square.

Answer: Interactive Lab: Drawing 3-D Figures

Draw a top, a side, and a front view of the figure.

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Draw a top, side, and a front view of the soup can shown.

The top view is a circle.

The side and front views are two rectangles.

Draw a top, a side, and a front view of the house shown.

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top side front

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top side front

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top side front

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top side front

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Draw a Three-Dimensional Figure Draw the top, side, and front views shown below. Use isometric dot paper.

Step 1 Step 2 Step 3

Use the top view to draw the base of the figure.

Add edges to make the base a solid figure.

Use the side and front views to complete the figure.

Draw a solid using the top, side, and front views shown below. Use isometric dot paper.

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End of the Lesson

Five-Minute Check (over Lesson 11 –7) Image Bank Math Tools Area of Trapezoids Drawing 3-D Figures Area of Polygons

(over Lesson 11-7) Classify the figure.

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square prism B.

square pyramid C.

rectangular prism D.

rectangular pyramid A 0% B

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(over Lesson 11-7) Classify the figure.

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rectangular prism B.

rectangular pyramid C.

pentagonal prism D.

pentagonal pyramid A 0%

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Classify the figure.

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sphere B.

cylinder C.

cone D.

circular prism (over Lesson 11-7) A 0% 0% B

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(over Lesson 11-7) Classify the figure.

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rectangular prism B.

rectangular pyramid C.

square prism D.

square pyramid A 0% B

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(over Lesson 11-7) Which figure is shown?

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pentagonal prism B.

triangular prism C.

pentagonal prism D.

pentagonal pyramid A 0%

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