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Introduction to 3D shapes. What is a 3D shape?. Any shape that is not flat and has volume. How do you know the name of the shape?. By looking at the properties of the shape. E.g. a cuboid has 6 faces and 8 vertices. E.g. a triangular prism has 3 rectangular faces and 2 triangular faces.

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## Introduction to 3D shapes

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**Introduction to 3D shapes**What is a 3D shape? Any shape that is not flat and has volume How do you know the name of the shape? By looking at the properties of the shape E.g. a cuboid has 6 faces and 8 vertices E.g. a triangular prism has 3 rectangular faces and 2 triangular faces**3D shapes**Do you know the names of these 3D shapes? Triangular prism Square-based pyramid Cone Cylinder Cuboid Cube**What is a prism?**A 3D shape with two flat shapes connected by rectangular faces Whatever the flat shapes at the end are determines the type of prism Triangular prism**What is a pyramid**A 3D shape with a flat shape as a base and triangular faces sloping up to a point What ever the flat shape at the base is, determines the type of pyramid Square-based pyramid**Important vocabulary**Vertice Edge Don't forget that 'SIDE' is not a word for 3D shapes! Face

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