GeoGebra: Building Surfaces with Cross Sections and Function Modeling
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The Toblerone candy bar shown is an example prism. By definition, what exactly makes a 3D solid a prism? Describe.

GeoGebra: What is Surface Area? IM 6.1.12
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“What is Surface Area?” from IM Grade 6 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics.

GeoGebra: Distinguishing Between Surface Area and Volume IM 6.1.16
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“Distinguishing Between Surface Area and Volume” from IM Grade 6 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics.

GeoGebra: More Nets, More Surface Area IM 6.1.15
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“More Nets, More Surface Area” from IM Grade 6 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics.

GeoGebra: Polyhedra IM 6.1.13
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“Polyhedra” from IM Grade 6 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics.

GeoGebra: Nets and Surface Area IM 6.1.14
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“Nets and Surface Area” from IM Grade 6 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics.

GeoGebra: Surface Area of a Cube IM 6.1.18
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“Surface Area of a Cube” from IM Grade 6 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics.

GeoGebra: Squares and Cubes IM 6.1.17
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“Squares and Cubes” from IM Grade 6 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics.

GeoGebra: Surface Area of Right Prisms IM 7.7.14
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“Surface Area of Right Prisms” from IM Grade 7 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics.

GeoGebra: Distinguishing Volume and Surface Area IM 7.7.15
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“Distinguishing Volume and Surface Area” from IM Grade 7 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics.

GeoGebra: Applying Volume and Surface Area IM 7.7.16
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“Applying Volume and Surface Area” from IM Grade 7 by Open Up Resources and Illustrative Mathematics.

GeoGebra: Exploring Nets of Geometric Solids
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Explore the nets of the geometric solids prism, cube and pyramid and rebuild them using geometric figures.